Try not to become a man of success,
but rather try to become a man of value.
While his hair might lead you to believe otherwise, Einstein was not simply a hair-brained scientist who asked deep probing questions of the universe and gave us the Theory of Relativity. In fact his quote speaks to a very different understanding he possessed. Success can be achieved in so many different ways depending on how you measure it. Most of these measurements are relative.
However, what is valuable to communities, to families, to relationships, share an almost universal appeal around the world. There is actually very little relativity about it. What are you doing today that is helping you to be a person of value, not just success? One small step in that direction can go a long way to leaving your legacy long beyond your time here on this wonderful planet.