Trials and Tribulations of Success

successAs the year comes to a close, many of my readers have started to reach out and discuss their ideas of what success means to them and how they plan to achieve their goals come 2010. A good friend of mine – who also happens to be the TOP AM at AVG offered to write a guest post for my blog and wanted to share his learnings and findings with all of you. Sit back, relax and read below:

I read your letter the other day about working hard, being tenacious and how every successful person has sacrificed to achieve their goal. Being an avid student of failure and succeeding in that endeavor more often than I can recount, I feel that I have a real life view of what you are saying. Being a student requires reading about all the others that have failed before me. So, at this point in my life I have a plethora of stories of just other people

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About the Author


Ricky Ahuja is the serving as the VP of Marketing for and provides strategic corporate and functional marketing consulting services to early stage companies.

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  1. I used to say “practice makes perfect” however, a wise man told me “perfect practice makes perfect” That is my new favorite motto, and it’s funny how success is based on trial and error. I have no problem asking for help when I need it, but Rick is my main educator when it comes to the business. I love how he has passed down his knowledge to Dennis, myself, and others so that we can better ourselves, be more efficient, and add our own special touch that makes us individuals! Whether it be a weekly newsletter to the theme of Jingle Bells or maybe just a positive attitude and a bright smile, whatever the case I appreciate what each of the men above have done for me and have given me to use as a “stepping stone” in the near future! If I become half as successful as Rick or Dennis, I’ll know my journey is well worth it!

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