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.
Kitchy Crouse | Interior Designer
Being you and trusting yourself. Is the beginning is hard to be a creative and confident, but that is so important. Explore makes you unique. It is a major key to success. Read more>>
Roger Ma | Business Owner & Entrepreneur
Building a community! People come and go so quickly that it becomes hard to build a relationship between those simple hi and bye greetings and farewell words we tend to give on a daily basis. Read more>>
Bret Lieberman | Executive Director of Yes I Can Unity Through Music and Education Non Profit Organization
I would say the most important factor behind the success of Yes I Can Unity through Music & Education is being able to see the bigger picture, having a vision from the start, the innovative out of the box thinking, diversity in our staff, collaboration, partnerships, resilience, grit, the ability to network, and maybe most importantly the motivation behind “why” we offer our services and why our non profit was created in the first place. Read more>>