We work so hard to be the best we could: to be successful, to achieve our dreams and be happy. We all do it for our visions, for our missions and for ourselves. In this life’s race we are into, we are in vouch of a good field that one must practice to achieve life’s goals and more often than not, we prioritize all our interests to reach our dreams, like it really should be.

Working hard is not the only thing we must consider. Staying grounded and inspiring others are next in line.

If given that success is already on-hand, one must develop being humble and not eaten by any achievements and learnings. One must inspire to build other people’s confidence and visions to be one of the best of what’s to come.

Self-fulfillment cannot be bought; it is one thing that medals and awards can’t measure. It is a thing that is best served with inspiring other people, living up with your potential and all the possibilities career and life in general can offer.

If you are on board to be successful, you must learn the things you are afraid to learn, you must face everything you are dreading to face. Every little thing can lead you somewhere even without being fully aware of it. Each move you make can be a blessing to other people. You must choose the way on how you want to achieve success.

In these years of innovation and progress, success has become vital and how it has become was the inspiring touch of this generation. We can’t thank enough the people behind every successful doors of innovation; what they think will surely uplift and inspire you.

Here’s to the success by the tech giants of this generation:

“Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.” – Steve Jobs, Co-Founder, Apple

“It’s fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.” –Bill Gates, Co-Founder, Microsoft

“If you just work on stuff that you like and you’re passionate about, you don’t have to have a master plan with how things will play out.”Mark Zuckerberg, Co-Founder & CEO, Facebook

“I knew that if I failed I wouldn’t regret that, but I knew the one thing I might regret is not trying.” – Jeff Bezos, Founder & CEO, Amazon.com

“Surround yourself with great people, try hard things, say no to distractions and remember to care for yourself. Failure of your company is not failure in life. Failure in your relationships is.” – Evan Williams, Founder, Blogger and Twitter

“You don’t have to be a genius or a visionary or a college graduate to be successful. You just need a framework and a dream.” – Michael Dell, Founder & CEO, Dell

“I always did something I was a little not ready to do. I think that’s how you grow.” – Marissa Mayer, CEO, Yahoo

“Always deliver more than expected.” – Larry Page, Co-Founder, Google

“The more successful you are, the more you need to learn and grow. Your commitment to learning has to be continuous and unrelenting.” – John Donahoe, CEO, eBay

“In order to inspire people, that’s going to have come from somewhere deep inside of you.” – Jeff Weiner, CEO, LinkedIn