Effect of Social Environment on Success

Beyond in individual’s ambition, capacities and character there are the real social forces at play that lie beyond the individual’s capacities or insights of the social environment. The real world condition, circumstances, and atmosphere that the individual finds himself in; including the social institutions he is communicating with. The social level he is at vs. the social level of people he is communicating with at the social institution. The character of the social institution itself, including its propensities, movement, and growth path; the movement and propensities of the society in general in which he and the social institutions he contributes in are part of. All of these come into play as he takes his own abilities and social perceptions into this field of life. Together they determine the result of his ability to achieve in life.

Consider the impact of the character of a social institution, such as the employer that person works for, on the individual. If a person works for a company where the collective will if the company is very big, but where the role and the opinion of persons are quiet, he could be harshly limited in his ability to achieve within that company to the degree he expresses his independence. Similarly, if the company puts its resources (knowledge, powder, privilege, money, and wealth) only in the hands of a small number of, and if he is not in the best, he will again be partial in his ability to achieve. The same is true if he is part of a beyond, unnoticed, ignored or weaker part of the company, his potential may be limited in his ability to achieve.

Thus, we can see that the character of the social institution has a vivid effect on his to achieve. The social institution can assist or damage the individual through its level of origination, perceptions, values, knowledge, wealth, etc.; factor that are in fact alike to the factor that decide an individual’s capacities and character.
In addition, we can also observe the real fact that there is a hierarchy of affects. The social institution itself is exaggerated by the mores, attitudes, values, rules, procedures, and potential of the community and society in which it resides.

Achievement is influenced then by the individual’s aspirations and capacities, values, knowledge and character of the institutions and super institutions (i.e. the community of superior society itself) in which he tries to achieve.

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