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Wins and Losses: Not True Measure of Sports Success

The way to measure success in youth, high school and even college sports, argues Wheelock College Director of Athletics Diana Cutaia, is by whether team and individual goals have been achieved and how well athletes respond to adversity, mistakes, and failure.

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She's got a point. In sports, the number of wins and losses don't actually measure an athlete's nor the coaches success. Just like in life, not all Americans aspire to be wealthy. Most think they are successful if they have enough to live comfortably, states a brand new study by CareerBuilder. The majority of American employees set the bar for success well below a hundred thousand. Read more here.