I was recently able to talk to Meiyoko Taylor who is a celebrity personal development coach, 2X best selling author, and serial entrepreneur. We were able to chat about the first time he tasted success and what success means to him. Here is what he had to say:
When was the first time you tasted success Meiyoko?
If I have to go with one in particular, I would have to say it was when I released my first book, “Find Your Amazing! 5 Steps To Transforming Your Life.” This was the first time I was able to share the things that really took me from college dropout and dead end job, to becoming a celebrity personal development coach.
I put a lot into that book because I wanted it to be authentic without any fluff. I knew if I could create actual steps and action plans within the writing, it would give the reader an opportunity to achieve their life goals. To see and hear other people change their lives after reading it was an incredible feeling. People are still being impacted by that book today and I forever grateful I was able to make a difference in someone’s life.
It must have felt amazing to release that book, congratulations! So, why do you want to be successful and what’s your ultimate vision of success for yourself?
I believe that doing what you are passionate about and purposed to do is the true definition of success. When those two things are in alignment, everything else seems to fall in place. I believe that success has no limit to it. There is always something more you can do to impact your life, your family, and many others. My vision is to continue to help myself, my loved ones, and people all over the world to become the best version of themselves.
I appreciate you for sharing your amazing story and thank you again for your time. Do you have any last words of advice for the readers at home?
Don’t allow your definition of success to be based on other people. Stop looking at the media, entertainment, or focusing on what everybody else is saying. If it does not align with your core values, what makes you happy, or what you are truly passionate about, that is not your version of success. Find your version