Webster doesn’t know everything. Some words can’t be defined by a dictionary. Rather they are defined by our values, ethos, and principles. We asked hidden gems from the community about how they define success and have shared their responses below.
Jay Brown | Chandler🕯/Businesse owner/ Mom
I define success as anything that you do that makes you happy. It’s not always about the money or the tangible things. I want a career that I don’t have to take a vacation from as soon as I get off vacation. Read more>>
Adriana Coleman | Postpartum Space Holder, Educator, Coach, Resource and Certified Lactation Counselor
I define success as freedom – freedom to work when, how and wherever you want. The freedom to make money while you sleep, control over when and how you make money, to be able to travel when you want and give back freely. Sucess is legacy, generational wealth and waking up every day to a life you love and are proud of creating. Read more>>
Cynthia Johnson | Esthetician and GA Realtor
Success can be perceived and measured by each individual on different levels, Personally I base my success on my ability to achieve my goals, balance family/work and my happiness. Im a goal setter and with that being said everything I put my mind to I set deadlines and work hard to complete those goals. I continue to self-educate, take classes and read informative articles to provide my clients with imperative information and services. Being excellent in my craft and ensuring my brand represents my work ethic is very important. Faith and family is very important to me! Read more>>