There was an interesting article in the Sunday Times, the supplement of the Times of India, Dec 10, 2006.

The gist of the article was this: success often remains elusive to many of the supremely successful people. However hard they may try, they fail to repeat the magic that had catapulted them to the peak once. There are a few exceptions, but they are very rare.

The examples cited are from Indian context, except in the case of Andre Agassi, who proved himself again at the French Open after a lull since his Wimbledon title.

I believe that even if one may not rise up again to the peak of success achieved once and which became an inspiring legend, one can continue to be successful in one’s chosen field of activity.

I think it is a topic worth discussing.

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