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.

Bethany Endter | Fascial Stretch Therapist & Fitness Expert

Building authentic relationships with my clients! People can tell if you are actually invested in their health and wellbeing or if you’re just interested in building your brand. If your clients feel safe, connected, and leave their sessions with you feeling better than how they came, your business will thrive regardless of what’s going on in the world. Read more>>

Vanessa Freeman | Photographer

To me, success is honoring your truth. It’s about discovering your deepest aspirations and fulfilling them. It’s achieving inner peace, living a life filled with love, happiness and compassion. It’s waking up in the mornings and being able to do the things you love and having the freedom to pursue your passions. To me, success is not dependent on the attainment of wealth, social status or recognition. I think it’s important that we don’t rely on the evaluations of others to define our success. When you feel satisfied with your life regardless of the societal views of success, you are successful. Read more>>

Denise Bibeault | Professional Organizer & Life Coach

I feel that success, in general, means attaining the goal that you set out for yourself. Personally, success means being happy. Professionally, success means doing something I enjoy doing while helping others. Read more>>

Kody Wilson | Business Owner | Free lance Meteorologist

The best definition of success that I have ever heard is when preparation meets opportunity. If you are a believer, success is when preparation meets opportunity that meets with God’s timing. Of course, I’m not asking anybody to be a believer. Anyone can live and think however they choose. That’s the beauty and consequence of free will. Success isn’t strictly defined by how big your bank account is, how big your house is, or how fancy the car is you’re driving. Read more>>