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.

Lisa Forgan | Owner of Neweon / Massage Therapist / Psychic

I view success in so many ways but I’ll focus into some success with my business, Neweon. I believe Neweon helped me find my greatest outcomes of success by allowing me to live my true purpose and impacting others. I enjoy doing massage therapy, providing energy work, being a psychic reader and also writing books. It brings joy to me when I inspire others to think differently and try something they haven’t thought of before. Success occurs when these outcomes turn out desirable and when goals get met. Another part of Neweon’s success is elevated based on my abilities, providing my skills to the best of my capabilities and helping my clients get relief from pain. Its all about making a difference in other people’s live. It feels so good when a client thanks you for making a difference in their life- its a way of knowing at the end of the day that I have helped someone feel better and met their needs. Read more>>

Avree Anderson | Model & Entrepreneur

I think success is defined many different ways. Especially in today’s society, success could be the smallest thing for someone and for the other person, it could be the most extravagant thing. For me, I think that success is defined by happiness and fulfillment. Doing something that I have dreamed of and prayed for, for so long would be the optima of success for me. To go into more details, shooting for a big brand/magazine are dreams that I have always held close to my heart. Also one day owning my own social media and marketing business nation wide, are huge success factors and dreams for me. Read more>>

Gemma Delgaudio | Director of Marketing and Communications – Mid-Atlantic Dental Partners

I like to maintain a consistent level of productivity and take both my successes and failures in my stride. I learn from both and apply that knowledge to future situations. For me, success is having a strong team that collectively works together and achieves. I want to be recognized as someone who always does her best and tries her hardest to achieve her goals personally and as a team. I tend to view success incrementally. As someone who is invigorated by new challenges, I never want to find myself in a situation where I feel as if there is nothing left to learn or achieve. I can leave work each evening satisfied that ive learned something new or useful, this counts as success to me. Read more>>