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.
Alyse | Singer.Model.Actress.Entreprenuer
Success is a tricky thing to define. I don’t have aspirations of being a millionaire but I do have a goal to make a living by doing creative things. Most of my adult career has been rooted in a business background and I am grateful for that but arts are where my heart lies. True success for me would be a steady income from music, acting, or film without having to have a “9-5” to sustain it. I do have monetary goals like I owning my house, car, commercial property, a vacation home, etc. but I want to get those things as a result of my passion, which would be the ultimate success. Read more>>
T-Shawn | Music Artist
For me success is the moment where you see your work brought to fruition exactly as you envisioned it. I have had moments in which I felt I was successful, only to see it fall apart because my foundation wasn’t built properly. Be it a cut corner, or an act of settling I realize that I have experienced what I like to call temporary success. Experiencing that however, I now understand success is when you push your vision to it’s fullest potential and beyond. Read more>>
Jerry Daza | Director of Operations
Everything started listening to rock en español, with my best friend which invited me to apart of his band as manager. It was then I found out that I carried creativity towards music. I think of myself as a creative person. I have very defined ideas to develop concerts of the best rock en español. Read more>>