Who are the people behind your success?

Discuss the June 2017 Book of the Month, Superhighway by Alex Fayman. Superhighway is the first book in the Superhighway Trilogy, so feel free to use this forum to discuss not only the first book but also the other books in the series.

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my parents , teachers and there prayers for me

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God is responsible for my success,my parents are also behind my success,they have educated me,nurtured me and most of all supported me throughout,the credit also goes to my siblings who I love and cherish.
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Post by Pwhite »

well to my own opinion the first person behind my success is God while my biological parents play a vital role, after i lost my father, i've to carry my own cross, is not easy, but all the way i gave glory to God almighty for been there for me.

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if I had to list the people behind my success, I wouldn't leave out my parents out of that list but there are also others.

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My father is the person behind any and all of my successes. He taught me that I could do anything if I just put my mind to it, and he was right!

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Post by tarafarah7 »

The people behind my sucess first comes with my parents. Without them raising me exactly as they did, my life would be completely different and I wouldn't be the same person I am today.

The seond person is myself. I worked hard to get where I am today, and if I hadn't, I wouldn't be here! :-)

The third is my students! All of them...past, present, and future. They make me want to be a better person and a better teacher! Their success is my success and vice versa. We are a team...we work together. We don't always succeed in everything we do, but we are always striving for success, and that is what matters most. :-)

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my sister coz she inspire me to read a lot

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Post by lolashoes »

I'm not super successful but not a super loser either. My family is behind me every step of the way and if not for them, I would've been latter for sure. Lol
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Post by johnkik »

my family,every time i never lost hope its because of them,

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Post by indubitabubbly »

My parents are definitely my driving force. Also, throughout my life I can note that I have been involved with a different person whenever I hit a big milestone (sounds more exciting then it is). I credit them for pushing me in different ways - either motivating me to be better or supporting me in that nurturing way.
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The people behind my success are my parents and husband. My parents have always been a source of advice when I have a tough decision to make. My husband has supported me through my education. He has encouraged me to continue working toward my career dreams even though they will be hard to achieve.
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To those who have responded that they aren't successful, know that I think you are. I know nothing about you except that you succeeded in getting up in the morning and going online to write a reply to this post. It may not be fame or fortune, but it means you're somewhat healthy, somewhat kind (you're not trolling, after all), able to read, and have internet access. That probably doesn't feel like much, but it's so much more than some people ever achieve. And I know you'll continue succeeding, in small ways at first but then maybe in larger ways that mean something to you as well.

As for myself, it feels like almost everyone I've met has had a hand in my success. There are too many people to thank and to count.
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Post by tpee »

I have a list of people who i can give credit to. First is my mum for sacrificing a lot in order to ensure that i had the best in life. Second, is my former lecturer for being a role model and guiding me through my career path.

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Behind my success is God along with the support of my family, circle of friends, relatives and mentors.

Joshua 1:8New International Version (NIV)
Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips; meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful.
"Jesus Christ is the Saviour of the world."

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My parents, of course. Always encouraging me. Most recently, my brother and my husband. My brother helps me with my writing, and my husband is supportive in providing me with time to introvert and do what I need to do :).
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