You're listening to the wrong radio station.
For your information, there are about 28,000 different denominations of Christianity that have branched off from the Orthodox church.
Go to Church for the experience and the interaction with other people who are like minded, in faith. Go to Church because of the unique opportunity to find divine inspiration that you otherwise wouldn't find on your own.
I've heard plenty of people say things like "church isn't a building" or "My body is my temple". Well OK, while this is true..
we are influenced and become like the people we associate with. There are three spiritual pillars to have a strong Christian life:
personal prayer, Bible study and fellow believers.
To rely on less than all three is like trying to sit on a one or two-legged stool. Three legs are needed for a firm foundation and proper function.
Christians can be seen to be hypocrites more easily than someone who does not profess any beliefs because Christian standards are layed out in the Bible. Other people don't have these kinds of rules or rather guidelines. So, they chalk everything up to human error instead of calling it a sin. The bottom line is that all humans are hypocrites because we all fail to consistently live up to any standards of behavior that are defined. The difference is that Jesus forgives the hypocrisy of believers and has sent His Holy Spirit to guide and transform those who know Him as Savior and confess the He is Lord (Romans 10:9-10).
So, I urge you to be a part of society and find acceptance in a church where you feel comfortable. It just might be exactly what you need to feel this "success" that you speak of.