It took me a while since I'm really bad with names (I'm still not sure about the name of my new product/company). I heard this phrase from a good friend and translated it from Hebrew, hoping I would capture the original meaning.
It's quite simple. Success needs no explaining and no introduction. It's just cold facts you can't argue with. Starting from the simplest things (like "successfully" taking out the trash) to the more complex things (like sales figures). It's a very easy test to apply. When you tell somebody about what you do, if you find yourself explaining, it probably means there's something to explain, which means you didn't succeed. It's that simple. Once you do realize you're unsuccessful, you should be on your way to solve the problem. It's common to think that admitting you have a problem is a big part of the solution. There you go.