No, not really. Many people work principally to make money, and success is subjective and relative. Is a successful person one who acquires "things"? That is one who has wealth and all the things that people associate with success? Many of these people are not happy. They never have enough possessions or must acquire whatever is new, and they envy people who have more than they do.. True enlightenment is attained through honest self-examination, evaluation of the fundamental parameters that make for a meaningful existence, and intense objective observation of what makes people truly happy. It can be summed up in one word: wisdom. If you're intelligent, you learn what is important in life. You gain experience through living. You learn from your mistakes and the actions of all the people you meet. All of this, practiced and employed over time results in the enlightenment you're seeking. It is a lifelong process and often has little to do with work or what the world considers success.