Most people say they want success, but when you ask them what success means you get wildly different responses. We recently asked some of the best and brightest in our community to tell us about how they define success and have shared their responses below.
TAira Blunt | Soldier & Business Owner
My definition of success is achieving the minor or major goals that you set for yourself. It doesn’t matter if the goal is as small as waking up in the morning making it throughout the day or something big like wanting to be 20, starting your own business. From my experience of being in the military, a mother, a wife and an entrepreneur I have learn to appreciate the minor and major achievements that have helped me reach the success I have now. Read more>>
Jes Lyn | Money Mindset & Manifestation Business Coach
In my opinion, success is all relative to our individual human experience. For me, I always thought I’d be “successful” once I hit six figures in my business. What I found, however, is that success is a state of being, not a place of going. Success is a choice to show up every singe day and live each day to its fullest. Success is a frequency we tap into and grow into until we become the version of us that we once saw as a goal. Success is living a life that brings you pure joy and abundance. It’s choosing to show up even on, ESPECIALLY on, the hard days! Read more>>
Britt Brown | Baker and Buttercream Enthusiast
Success can be difficult to measure because our minds have a way of playing tricks on us. As soon as we reach the “endzone”, the goal post inevitably gets moved back. To me, success is less about numbers and finite results, although those are important. At the end of the day, if you’ve given your all and brightened someone else’s day, I’d call that success. Read more>>