There isn’t anything random about success. Success is achieved through hard work and by giving 110% in all that you do. As intimidating as that may sound, being a successful person isn’t as difficult as it sounds. Whether you’re a cheerleader, parent, coach, or captain, you can learn the most important traits to being successful. Want to be the next Maddie Gardner or Superstar of All-Stars? We share the six daily habits of successful cheerleaders. Being a successful cheerleader doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed to be a successful teammate. Find out the habits of successful teammates. If you’re a captain, you know the responsibility that comes with leadership. But, there are other habits and skills captains should be familiar with in order to be a great team leader. Find out what they are. Coaching cheer isn’t as easy as it looks. There’s a lot more to it than teaching cheers and rooting on the team at competitions. Coaches are more than just teachers; they’re role models, inspiration sources, and friends. Read the five ways to be a successful coach. A cheer parent isn’t just the parent of a cheerleader. A cheer parent is involved with the team and one of the team’s big supporters, motivators, and helpers. If you want to be the world’s best cheer parent, read these four secrets to success. What do you think is an important aspect of success? How do you strive for success?