What else can success look like?
It depends. It can look like a million different things. It doesn't have to have anything to do with money. I used the example yesterday as a demonstration of a person who represents non-dualistic success. He earns a lot of money, but his money does not define his life. He uses it, not the other way around.
I've known people who are incredibly greedy who make middle class money. I've known people who make upper class money who give, and give, and give, and give. The important thing to remember is that a person's financial success, or their prestige, does not tell us anything substantive about that person.
People with money are not people to imitate simply because they have money. But, if they demonstrate a certain kind of character with how they use their money, then there is something there worth paying attention to. So often we elevate people in our minds simply because we know they do well in their career. We need to dig a little deeper in our evaluations because we need to be discerning about who we idolize and, at the same time, because we need to hold ourselves to a higher standard.
Do not become trapped in thinking that success can only look one way for you. If that singular vision does not come to fruition, we will struggle to see ourselves as anything but a failure. Successful living is so much more than whether or not we accomplished one particular dream or one particular goal. It is about the various ways in which we pursue our certain way of seeing.
While individual goals may be thwarted and individual dreams may die, these things cannot stand in our way of living out our core values.