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.
Amber Kuhl/Kelly Donawa | Broker Associates & Mangers, The Collection Real Estate Team
Amber-For me, success is a moving target. It’s not a destination. I felt accomplished when I reached a certain level of production in real estate, then when I hired a certain number of agents, then when I opened an office. I will never truly feel widely successfully, honestly, because there are still many more things I want to achieve in life. It’s just about being happy in the journey. Read more>>
Danielle Jones | Positive Affirmations Apparel Brand/ Life Coach
How do I define success? I speak a lot about defining ones own definition of success on my IG platform the 7 a.m. 7 Minute Successful Morning Meetup every M-W-F. I have learned over the years there is no one definition of success, I was made to believe, lots of money, fame, a wealthy spouse, a high paying big name job, fancy expensive cars, the big house and a maid was the epitome of success. Read more>>
Dalanie Harris | Writer, Podcaster, and Content Creator
I define success as being able to prioritize what’s most important to you in life with minimal obstacles. While we all have responsibilities and things that come up unexpectedly, I’ll know I’m successful when my obligations no longer have the power to usurp the things I want to do and experience in life. To me, success is having choices. Read more>>