Do parent's success lies in enabling their offsprings to outperform them?Humankind has always been perplexed about the meaning of success. Though attempts have been made from time to time to define success, it has always eluded humankind. Leaving aside the meaning and purpose of success for individuals, let us attempt to understand the definition of parents' success.
The parent's success lies in enabling their offspring to outperform them in all realms of life. The offspring should better their parents' financial independence, education, behavior, and other personality traits. It is easier said than done.
What are your observations in this regard? Is the definition of success so simple and straight?