Success. It’s something we dress for, strive for, work towards. We wish it upon others as well as ourselves, but what is it? What is success?

Clayton | Singer & Filmmaker

People often associate riches with the definition of being successful but that’s only a small part of what success is. I think being able to look at your work, see the blood, sweat and tears that was put into creating it and allowing for it speak for itself and see how much and many people appreciate and value what you have creatively/artistically bring to the table. As well as being able to just live in comfortability while still pursuing the career paths of your choice(s). Read more>>

Anthony Castilleja | Artist

Success is love, it’s family, it’s how much you laugh. Read more>>

Jonquil Davis | Cosmetic Chemist

Success is such a subjective concept that everyone likely views it at least a teeny bit differently. The mere task of describing what success is such a personal thing and I feel as if it depends on the person and what they’ve been through to get to where they are. I view success as a journey, not a destination. At this early stage in my career, every milestone, big and small, moves me forward, allowing me to develop stronger skills and enhance my performance. Within the past few years, I’ve improved my skillset, ultimately allowing me to exceed my goals that I set for myself. Each time I grew professionally, I didn’t just help my company reach new heights; I also felt successful, and it’s a feeling I enjoy re-earning whenever the chance arises. Read more>>

Carmen Martinez | Yoga/ Fitness Instructor and Mother

I define success in terms of happiness and love. Everyone wants to be successful, I get that but not everyone is successful and does what they love and spends their time with who they love. If I can continue doing what I love (Teaching yoga/fitness industry), spending time with the ones I love for the rest of my life, I’ll be pretty happy and to me that is success. Read more>>