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.

Jordan Fourcher | CEO of Cryo X Co

Success is living a meaningful life. There is no one thing that brings meaning; it is a collection of experiences, actions, and relationships that bring a sense of unity to one’s being and rest to one’s soul. The curse of the entrepreneur is that we are never truly successful. There is always another action, experience, or relationship yet to be attained. Our existential irony is that we are constantly striving for something we will never allow ourselves to obtain. Read more>>

Robin Burke | Copywriter

It’s all an inside job, to me. Of course, we need money in our world. So we go for material gains. But once a certain level is achieved and satisfied, our happiness is not simply sourced from there. Success to me is a balance of living. It takes a little self-examination to find out what really matters to us. Our principles, our character traits. To learn how to enhance the good and do away with the bad. Read more>>

blizzb3ar | Content Creator on Twitch

Success can be defined in multiple ways, especially on Twitch. A lot of folks see success as high numbers (views or follows) or high revenue. Others might determine success on the amount of opportunities you get. Success to me is measured by impact. If I can impact 1 person in a positive way with my content, I am successful in being a content creator. Read more>>

Trent Martinez | Guitar Teacher/Mentor

By accomplishing your set goals and achievements that make you happy. Read more>>