Hardwork? Luck? Good habits?  What would you say is behind your success?  We’ve shared some thoughtful responses below.

Teffi Hernandez | Audiovisual Producer

God has always been behind my success, and my family. My father has been a fundamental piece in the development of my career. He has always instilled in me not to give up, not to be influenced by those people who always believe they are right. In the entertainment industry it is important to have your own judgment and know how to manage both public and personal relations. Read more>>

Clinton Cimring | Executive Director

I think the key to success for a brand is the engage your audience and involve them in the business and process. I must admit that my knowledge about branding is fairly novice, but for good reason. I worked for a major Ad Agency while I was in school for an MBA over ten years ago. During that time, I studied audience engagement and all the business buzz terms at the time like Positioning Strategy and Niche Markets. Read more>>

Josefina Fernandez | Fashion Illustrator and Designer

As cliché as it sounds, success is never a done deal or a destination, but rather a work in progress. I visually think of this as building a brick building (the building would be the brand or project). Some days I lay a big brick on it, other days I lay a Barbie doll sized brick. It doesn’t matter as long as I keep laying bricks on my walls/building. Like they say, it doesn’t matter how slow you go as long as you don’t stop. Thinking of it this way allows me to overcome perfectionism and therefore procrastination. Read more>>

Shae Bynes | Chief Fire Igniter

It’s so hard to choose just one, so I’ll share three. Authenticity, Collaboration, and Faith. Authenticity because tens of thousands of people around the globe have connected with the power of my personal story of growing as a Kingdom-driven entrepreneur and leading a movement to help others do the same. Collaboration because every significant stage of our growth has involved connecting and/or working with others. Read more>>

Heidy Garcia | Medical Esthetician

Consistency, optimism, feel passionate about what you do, believe in yourself, educate yourself in order to influence others for good, including your clients, coworkers or employees. Is hard to talk about myself Lol, I don’t want to sound arrogant, but what had worked for me is being myself, organic, I’m too honest when I have to say something, professionalisms, keep a great customer service and create the best experience ever for every single patient. Read more>>