What Does Success Mean To You?

“I measure success by my ability to help people. The more people I can help, the more successful I consider myself to be. Whether that means having time to devote to charity organizations, teaching business owners social media strategies that work, or volunteering at the local school – if I’ve got the time to help others, it means my businesses are being run and are profitable, and thus, I can devote my time to giving to others – so that to me is success!”

Heather Logrippo
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“Success to me means creating and maintaining balance in my life. It’s important to work hard and accomplish your goals, but it’s critical to remember to take care of yourself – exercise, eat well, spend time with friends, family, and loved ones. A balanced mind is a smart mind!” 

Monique Peltz
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“If you measure success externally you will always be disappointed. There will always be people in front of you and in back of you. As a result, success has got to come from your subconscious. So, if you sleep well at night, you are successful.” 

Jeffrey Taylor
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"The definition of success changes throughout life. When young, one’s perception of success may be as simple as being accepted by a group of friends. In adolescence success may mean being accepted to the college of your choice. As people venture into adulthood, they may define success as finding a partner to love and to spend life with or it may be to accumulate achievements and/or monetary gains. When you have children success often shifts or is split between your own success and being successful in raising children who are happy and successful in their own lives. As one grows older, success once again continually change often in the direction where what others think becomes less important than in previous years. You may spend time doing what you would never have expected to be doing as a child or switching to social causes. As one grows into old age, success will again continue to change based upon health, finances, family, friendships, culture, geography, etc. Success comes down to life’s experiences befitting who you are and where you are on your life’s timeline."

David Goldsmith




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