You have left your footprints on the sand of success now imprint your lifestyle with it.
'to leave one's footprints" is associated with muddy feet on a kitchen floor.
We talk about the sand on the beach but "the sands of time" etc
Raise the first part to a higher level of poesy :
You have left your footprint on the sands of success...
(I'm trying to think of a better word than 'left', which is a bit prosaic.)
As for the second: imprint is not a common word, and in this context, 'jars' = strike against something with an unpleasant vibration or jolt -(the word, against my sensibilities!) + have an unpleasant, annoying, or disturbing effect.
BUT : do you realize the second part says, 'leave your footprint on your lifestyle' ? What does that mean?
I think you mean something like, and now, let your lifestyle reflect how succcessful you are.
Anyone want to have a go at the second part?
Student or Learner