TV, Movies, and culture in general sometimes paints a narrow, specific image of what success is, but we know from our conversations with some of the best and brightest that success can mean vastly different things to different people.

DRWMCHL (Drew Michael) | Recording Artist & Entertainer

I actually don’t use the word “success” often. I’ve come to realize that “success” is subjective for everyone and everyone has different expectations and standards of it. I like to use the word “significance” more. It doesn’t always go hand in hand with an idea of success, but to me it’s more important. Impact. Legacy. Love. How are you making people feel? How are you changing their lives? Are you showing your humanism? Are you for the greater good? Does your work reflect your personal creativity? Or is it chasing fads? Money and fame, likes and follows, streams and downloads, verified check marks, are all major “success” standards, but most of the time they don’t carry any true “significance.” I’d rather have that. Read more>>

Delila Torres | Your Realtor with HEART!

First, I define success by accomplishing something that has been placed on my heart. This is an example of being in alignment with what I am suppose to do ordered by a higher power. Success can be defined in many forms, but primarily to me it means achieving something that is outside of my comfort zone, Read more>>

Gina Nemo | Award-Winning Actress & Filmmaker

Success is waking up every single day excited about your life. I’m living my best life because I love helping others reach their dreams. Every step I take is towards a better future for my kids, my business, my many students and my full and awesome life! Success is also being content and happy with your journey. Read more>>