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  • Yeah, it could.

    Success can change people, sometimes for the better other times for the worse. It can lead to more greed and a work-aholic attitude, or it could lead to an epiphany where they feel family and friends are the most important. It comes down to the individual person who has succeeded.

  • No, People Don't Change, Access Does


    People tend to spend time with people of their own sort. Families aside, lawyers spend time with lawyers, and yuppies spend time with other yups. The exception is the successful who keep an entourage, to build up their weak ego. So the people who did not find big success may feel forgotten. They want to believe that the person they knew in school has changed, but it’s not true.
    A successful person’s social circle has changed, not his personality. Someone who can spend time with the president probably will not choose to hang out with his second grade pal instead.



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