Through our work we have been constantly amazed at the incredible things people in every neighborhood are working on. What’s even more exciting is that they all have different stories, backgrounds, strengths and weaknesses. That there isn’t a single formula for success means that everyone can take their unique set of strengths and characteristics and turn it into a success story. We recently reached out to some folks we admire and asked them what characteristics they feel are responsible for their success.

Katie Shellhorn | Co-Owner of Teachers Who Party

Success looks different to everyone and I think that is what has contributed to our success over the past year. What looks like success to us is sticking to our brand, serving our clients with top-notch party decor and continuing to perfect our craft. We started this business because we loved throwing parties for our kids and it blossomed into a partnership where we get to create memories for other families and businesses. For us, success is client referrals, repeat clients and continuing to stay true to what we want from this. We have the BEST clients and have already had so many referrals and have been offered such valuable feedback. We couldn’t be more thankful for the clients who trusted us at the beginning and the clients who continue to trust us with their special moments. Read more>>

Taylor Symoné | Serial Entrepreneur & CEO of TNS Med Spa

The most important factor behind my success, and the success of my brand, is undoubtedly my children. They are my driving force, my motivation, and my inspiration every single day. Knowing that I am building a better future for them, creating opportunities for their growth and prosperity, and leaving behind a legacy of generational wealth is what propels me forward in everything I do. Read more>>

Tucker Dunn | Entrepreneur

I believe that the most important factor behind my progress has been resilience, seeing things through and not giving up when it gets hard. Waking up every day ready to work just as hard as yesterday. It is important to have goals but its just as important to understand what it is going to take to get to your goal. Falling in love with the process and not the outcome. Read more>>