According to Jonathan Cainer:
Success and failure are, like deep love and intense hatred, two sides of one dangerously overvalued coin. Whichever way up it lands when you flip it, there’s a constant danger it will suddenly turn over again. And, when you try to spend such a coin, even if you proffer it the preferred way up, you soon discover it rarely buys what you need. Success is more often envied than admired, love is more often abused than rewarded. Be more moderate in your heart and in your judgement of your status and you’ll be better off.