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?

Chad Clark | Fitness Coach & Nutrition Specialist

Success is a tricky thing. Success, though it sounds simple at face-value, can mean many different things to many different people. There are those who would define success as having their business make its first million dollars. Others would say they are successful if they show up each and every day despite what obstacles may arise. The concept of success is subjective, and to me, is defined as seeing continuous positive change in those who come to me asking for help. My first requirement for success is using my knowledge and experience to help clients develop lifelong, healthy habits which impact them daily. Read more>>

Lluliana Flores, LCSW | Latina Psychotherapist & Tortoise Lover

Over the years my definition of success has changed. Thinking back to when I was younger, I would have said to have a lot of money. However, I now believe there is a lot more to success than just the financial aspect. Success includes many factors, such as having time to spend with loved ones, enjoying what you do in regards to your work, and that you are contributing to the community in a positive manner. I am very fortunate to have had the opportunity of following my passion for helping others and becoming a licensed clinical social worker. Read more>>

Tony Koehler | Chiropractor and Acupuncturist

This is a very interesting question because there are so many ways to define this based off the unique situation. However, my one true definition comes from a former hockey coach of mine. His definition was “success is the product of when preparation meets opportunity.” That definition has applied to every single one of my successes today. When the opportunity presents itself will you be ready? Obliviously, this is much easier to apply to a sport where you can train and practice regularly and when its game time you will have a better chance of succeeding but I believe our coach meant it little more deeply then that. Read more>>

Alexa Williams | Account Executive

My definition of success changes as I do, no matter how hard I try to fight it. I remember years ago, sitting in one of my first sales meetings towards the end of the year. We were talking about resolutions and goals for the upcoming new year. They had each of us complete a worksheet answering what 5 goals that we’d like to hit personally. The whole idea is that your personal goals will always motivate you more than your professional goals. Read more>>