TV, Movies, and culture in general sometimes paints a narrow, specific image of what success is, but we know from our conversations with some of the best and brightest that success can mean vastly different things to different people.

Grace De Abreu | CEO & Event Designer

Success is the result of hard work, constant learning, sacrifices and a lot of perseverance. Personally, success is the blessing of having found the job that I am passionate about and that invites me to give my best every day. Read more>>

Dr. Saynur Vardar | Periodontist, Leader in Dental Education & 3-steps to Fulfillment Expert

Success is being fulfilled with what you do and where you are in life. Being happy with your life as is. Read more>>

Vincent Raffard-schwartz | Musician, Songwriter, Composer & Entrepreneurs

Finding and pursuing what you love is my definition of success. It entails being committed, believing in it, and sharing it with others. Above all, for me, success is based on how you perceive it. Today’s socially accepted materialist definition of success is a form of delusion. Thus said, for me, a life filled with love, happiness and health is surely a more successful one than a life based on appearances and materialism. Nevertheless, success is also based on how people perceive you and your work. I am one of the lucky ones able to make a living from my passion. By being able to perform and share my music with others who find joy in my songs, I am fulfilled and consider myself successful. Based on my lived experience, another form of success consists of being able to transform a tragic situation into a positive one. Read more>>