I've seen this on Facebook today. It's quite true.
The image didn't come out well so there are a couple of things missing among others that unsuccessful people secretly want others to fail.
I would say that successful people have results while unsuccessful people have excuses.
However, being successful doesn't mean that you'll never have any setbacks or that you'll win every audition and competition you try. The strongest isn't the one who never falls, it's the one who always stand right back up after falling.
You'll have success if you keep a positive attitude and learn from every experience positive or negative.
Don't feel too bad if you see a couple of things in there that put you in the "unsuccessful people". No one is perfect. I personally watch TV every day! Oops!...
I am associate principal horn of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and the author of the progressive methods. I'm happy to share my experience as a horn player and teacher with you.