‘Success’ is a word that comes up often in my conversations with Beauty Guides. It’s tempting to ask about the keys to success or the steps to becoming successful. But I make sure to always add another idea into the mix: significance.
In his book Big Potential, author Shawn Achor sums up the way we look at competition and success: “Society teaches that it’s better to be the only bright light than be in a forest of bright lights.” So, what does this have to do with us?
One of the questions I receive most often is, what does it take to be a successful Beauty Guide? In response I’d ask what it takes to be a successful teacher or restaurant owner, or even a great parent or friend. There are two sides to all successful people.