It is important to know that everybody has differing attitudes towards success. For some people, success is all about going to school, getting degrees in their academic interest, and putting all their knowledge into practice. Sometimes, these people create their own business or create a startup in order to achieve this goal.

For others, the path is completely different. Some feel as though they have achieved success by doing instead of learning. For example, I started my copywriting career when I was still in high school. Only after that initial level of success did I decide to get the education I needed to improve my writing skills. 

I am in love with going to classes and learn new things on an everyday basis. There is nothing I love more than listening to experts talking about something that they are passionate about. Since I was a little girl, I have admired every teacher and professor I had. Even today, it surprises me how much I can learn from these people. 

My degrees are something that I am really proud of, but I also acknowledge that I wouldn’t have gotten that education without this first level of success driving me forward. I knew that I didn’t want a 9 to 5 job, so I decided to create my own company. For me, that is the definition of success. I now own something that is completely mine, and that ownership makes me proud and happy to work on its development every day.

Dr. Rissy’s Writing and Marketing has gained an excellent reputation due to the amazing work my team does for our clients. Discovering our capability to do something good for others makes me realize that we are a successful company that knows how to communicate and treat clients in order to fulfill their needs.

What is your definition of success?