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?

Eddie Lack | Real Estate Advisor

Success to me is getting what you want, but fulfillment is living the life you’re made to live….giving your gifts, so to speak. If you just go for success, you will end up achieving it, if you’re dedicated and are persistent enough. Anyone who is persistent and consistent can be successful. But sometimes you get what you want, but you’re not really fulfilled and I believe that success without fulfillment is the ultimate failure. Read more>>

William Simmons | Designer, Illustrator, & Creative Strategist

Success for me is having creative freedom with as little restrictions as possible. I define success in this way, because having this level of creative freedom implies respect of and trust in one’s abilities, and the ability to execute an idea to its full potential is my biggest passion. These factors make creative freedom my long-term career success metric. Read more>>

Christopher Roberts | Senior Loan Officer

Webster dictionary defines SUCCESS as “the accomplishment of an aim or purpose.” But the path to success isn’t always a straight line. Success to me has been a very winding path that has had many obstacles. Success for me would be similar to Webster’s definition only with the exception that it is never ending, because when you reach your “aim” or “purpose” there’s always another purpose that presents itself. The only way to be successful is to continue to grow and learn, and as you do that you, you will see small amounts of success along that winding road. So for me, success is never achieved but the opportunity to be successful pushes me everyday to achieve new heights. Read more>>

StefnRock | Music duo/entertainers

I think having people in your life who you care about and who you care about you makes you successful. We get to do what we love for a living. We don’t have a lot of money but we have everything we need and we’re happy. I think that’s about as successful as you can be. Read more>>