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.

SUCCESS Foundation: Going Global

By Chelsea Greenwood | August 2, 2015

While many Americans travel to Jamaica for a relaxing getaway, Heidi Fore went there this summer with a different goal in mind: to educate and inspire orphans and foster children to build better lives for themselves. At the heart of Fore’s teaching is the SUCCESS for Teens personal development curriculum provided by the SUCCESS Foundation.…

SUCCESS Foundation: Dream On

By Chelsea Greenwood | July 5, 2015

In the Sheffield Middle School classroom of Kimberly Sweigart, daydreaming is a no-no—but dreaming big is a must. That’s because the work and family life teacher has her eighth-grade students create dream boards as the culmination of completing SUCCESS for Teens, a free personal development curriculum by the SUCCESS Foundation. “In the last chapter of…

These 3 Things Make the Difference for USA Soccer’s Amy Rodriguez

By Chelsea Greenwood | June 8, 2015

Editor’s note: This profile of Amy Rodriguez was originally published on SUCCESS.com on June 8, 2015. The U.S. defeated Japan 5-2 in the World Cup finals on July 5, 2015. When the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team steps onto the field today for the 2015 World Cup, starting forward Amy Rodriguez will bring three special…

How to Lose a Job Offer in One Fell Swoop

By Chelsea Greenwood | June 5, 2015

Twenty years ago, you would’ve talked to family, friends or colleagues about two job offers that you were weighing before making a decision. Today you can ask the Internet. Last month a young engineer comparing offers from tech companies Zenefits and Uber did just that: he anonymously posted to Quora, a question-and-answer website, discussing the…

SUCCESS Foundation: Into Africa

By Chelsea Greenwood | May 31, 2015

“From little acorns grow giant oaks.” That’s the motto of Dream of a Child Community Development Program, an organization that provides education, health and socioeconomic services to AIDS orphans in Bondo, Kenya. The SUCCESS Foundation recently nurtured those “oaks” even more by donating copies of Success for Teens: Real Teens Talk About Using the Slight…

A Forgetter’s Gadget for Better Habits

By Chelsea Greenwood | May 9, 2015

No matter your good intentions, your phone’s alarm, your Tasks list or the calendar reminders you set aren’t working. You snooze and run late, you ignore the list of little red flags and you dismiss the calendar push notifications before you can even read them. All these little time nags aren’t doing the trick. That…

5 Jedi Mind Tricks to Practice This Star Wars Day

By Chelsea Greenwood | May 4, 2015

May 4 never really held much significance in the annals of history. That is, until 1979, when a clever wordsmith first gave a knowing nod to the Star Wars salutation, “May the Force Be with You.” Now, 36 years later, the crafty play on words has evolved into the grassroots holiday, Star Wars Day. To…

SUCCESS Foundation: A Life Compass

By Chelsea Greenwood | April 26, 2015

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale, The Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz. These books inspired a young Ossil Macavinta so much that he believes they helped him achieve his former world ranking in the Association of Tennis Professionals, his doctorate in education, his thriving family…

How Jennifer Adams Went from Housekeeper to Home Design Maven

By Chelsea Greenwood | April 5, 2015

A man’s home is his castle—even when that home measures a scant 1,000 square feet and houses six people. Just ask interior designer Jennifer Adams, CEO of Jennifer Adams Worldwide, who grew up in that most humble abode in small-town Oregon with three siblings and two parents. “Even though our house was small, it was…

SUCCESS Foundation: A New Nonprofit Promotes Positive Education Worldwide

By Chelsea Greenwood | March 29, 2015

The International Positive Education Network, a new nonprofit program, rallies the support of teachers, parents, students and institutions worldwide to shift education policy and practice toward “positive education,” defined as a double helix of academic growth and the development of character and well-being. James O’Shaughnessy, chairman of the IPEN steering committee and a London-based education…