Chelsea Greenwood

Chelsea Greenwood
Chelsea Greenwood has been contributing to print and online publications as an editor and writer for more than 10 years. A University of Florida graduate, she is the editor of a lifestyle magazine in South Florida.

The Perfect Wine Pairing: House of Mandela and Entrepreneurship

By Chelsea Greenwood | January 7, 2016

How Tukwini Mandela is spreading her grandfather’s legacy one bottle of wine at a time

SUCCESS Foundation: Eye on the Prize

By Chelsea Greenwood | January 2, 2016

A student’s winning take on ‘SUCCESS for Teens’

5 of the Most Influential People You Should Know

By Chelsea Greenwood | December 17, 2015

How these unlikely personal-development leaders are inspiring the best in others

The SUCCESS 25: 2015’s Personal Development Leaders

By Chelsea Greenwood | December 11, 2015

Presenting 2015’s most influential leaders in self-improvement

SUCCESS Foundation: Leaders in Training

By Chelsea Greenwood | November 21, 2015

A Texas teacher motivates high school students with ‘SUCCESS for Teens.’

SUCCESS Foundation: Winning Words

By Chelsea Greenwood | October 25, 2015

This summer, thanks to The Internicola Law Firm, a 16-year-old girl from the Bronx won a $500 scholarship. And thanks to the SUCCESS Foundation, she also took home powerful lessons about direction and accountability in her life. Mbalu Fofana won the firm’s inaugural Franchisee University Young Entrepreneur Scholarship in a competition that required high school…

6 Ways Yoga Today Will Make You Better Tomorrow

By Chelsea Greenwood | October 12, 2015

“When we take better care of ourselves in mind, body and spirit, we generally feel better,” says Boca Raton-native Leslie Glickman. “And being happier and healthier is a perfect recipe for success.” So, what is the secret ingredient? What do we need for a dash of happy and healthy? What can make success taste extra…

SUCCESS Foundation: Peer to Peer

By Chelsea Greenwood | September 27, 2015

When adults speak, children only listen so much. But when other kids talk—especially about important life issues—their peers are all ears. Edwin Lloyd experienced this firsthand at Rio Linda Preparatory Academy in Rio Linda, Calif., where he teaches U.S. history and serves as the social studies department chair. As part of a school civics project, Lloyd…

The Life Coach That Fits in Your Bag

By Chelsea Greenwood | September 15, 2015

They say necessity is the mother of invention. For Angelia “Angel” Trinidad, it was more like a dire need. When she graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in art, she didn’t know what to do. She felt lost and directionless—and she knew she wasn’t the only one. “Analysis paralysis,” she says. “That was the…

SUCCESS Foundation: Mind Over Matter

By Chelsea Greenwood | August 30, 2015

In the eternal battle of brains versus brawn, one Arizona seventh-grader recently chalked one up for brains: He discovered a book that helps his chances on the football field. “Success for Teens has helped me in and out of school, especially Chapter 2, ‘Attitude Is Everything,’ ” says Finley Lecky. “In football, a good attitude…