Getting to do what you love? Providing for your loved ones? What does success mean to you? Below you’ll find perspectives from some of the city’s best and brightest.

Coalson Brown | Ranch Manager & Photographer

“Constraints inspire your creativity”. In western lifestyle Photography/Agriculture based photography your surroundings, subjects, and lighting are all constantly changing. So to me, Success in that field is rolling with the cowboys. When photographing a working cowboy you cannot ask them to hold their position, because they’re doing a job and you don’t want to get in the way just for a shot. That’s how you end up in the dirt literally. Instead, hang back for a moment and analyze their routine so the next time they bring that calf through you know where to be for a quick and successful shot. Read more>>

Clarissa Brown | Yoga Teacher

When it comes to success. In my opinion, the definition of success varies from person to person. However, for me, success is attained by accomplishing goals, whether they are big or small. To provide an example, one way to measure success is by starting each day with the task of making my bed. Therefore, if the sole achievement of the day was the act of making my bed, then that day can still be considered successful. A greater example of great success in my life is the successful attainment of my degrees. Read more>>

Kyree McClish | CEO, Owner & Director of a CDL School

Success to me is the opposite of failure. But failure is the key ingredient to success.
With a Strong mental mindset, Pure heart, and determination anyone can be successful. Whatever outcome one seeks, short or longtime goals, an amount of wealth or fame etc. The realization of progress is success. Read more>>