We don’t believe success is random. Over the years we have spoken with hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs, artists, creatives, researchers, athletes, and more. We’ve learned from them – both through their stories and through the advice they’ve shared with us – and it’s quite evident that success is more likely when certain habits are present. So, we decided to ask folks to share their habits with us, especially those that they feel helped them succeed.

Ernesto Munguia | Ernesto Munguia MRE (Major Recruiting Exposure )

Just having the right people around me . Not ever worrying about the opinions of those that don’t know me or don’t believe in me . Just trusting in those that do believe in me and hold accountable to my growth. Name likes Fred Regueira , Javier Perez, and Helder Valle and obviously my family. Read more>>

Jackie Salimen | Model, Entrepreneur.

Privacy and positive mind. This year I realize the value of privacy, cultivated your circle and only letting certain people in. You can be open, honest and real while still understanding not everyone deserves a seat at the table of your life. Read more>>

YARDEN | Set-Apart Singer

The habits that helped me succeed are trusting in THE MOST HIGH, Rebuking all doubts and remaining focused on my calling. Read more>>

Flortcha Flow | Musician

Consistency and planning has been two factors in helping me push forward in my music. Being creative takes courage and it doesn’t always come with the instant gratification that most artist crave. Consistency is the way I honor my art and my craft. Planning is the way that I manage my time in order to make consistency possible. Read more>>

Susana Fuertes | Entrepreneur & Floral Artist & Event Planner

Network! Network! Network! Engaging not only with your usual clients, social media followers but also with other small businesses’ owners is very important. I believe that no matter what type of business you’re in, customer service should be your number one priority. We should stay in contact with former and new clients alike. The best way to do so in my opinion is to create a genuine rapport with those in your network. It is very important to keep communication in ways a client feels comfortable whether it is via email, phone calls, or text messages. When it comes to social media, you have a more broad way to engage with your followers. What has worked for me thus far, is posting content at least twice a day. It is imperative to offer value to your content, but also to make things a bit more fun by posting giveaways as major holidays are approaching. These approaches motivate your followers to engage with your page and website. When it comes to small businesses, I have provided special discounts for customized flower arrangement orders that have their logos and a QR code with all their contact info. Read more>>

Michelle Hoover | CEO of Tropicgyal Naturals-100% All Natural Skin & Hair Care Brand

What truly helped my brand succeed started when I first launched my brand. I always had HIGH goals for Tropicgyal naturals, and I new if I wanted to some day compete with well known brands in retail, I had to make my brand look as professional as possible in any way that I could for others to take us seriously, & its paid off amazingly! I also always told my self my only option was to SUCEEDE, and their was no other option but that. That truly pushed me to take my business where it is today and where its going. Read more>>