We asked rising stars from the community to open up to us about their end goal. We asked them where they want to be, professionally, by the end of their careers and have shared some of those responses below.
Kelly Vandever | Realtor
I’m at an age now where I do think about getting to the end of my career… although one of my grandmothers lived to 103, so I feel I probably have a few more good years in me! When I started out professionally, I have visions of grandeur, I’d work diligently, do my time, but I wanted to the on top. Now, it’s much more important to me to do really great work with the people I’m fortunate to call my clients, to be able to enjoy my time with family and friends, and to be there to help my dad as he faces issues with aging. Read more>>
Yvonne Matthews | Gospel Music Recording Artist, Musician & Educator
The end goal of my career is to have operated at a level of integrity, professionalism, and to have consistently produced high quality music to leave a legacy to those who are coming after me, encouraging them to operate with these qualities – not necessarily do the same thing that I have done. My career paths have been on several levels and spanned over many decades. However, where I am now as a Gospel recording artist, I want to end this career leaving music that has been released to the masses; music that encourages, comforts, ignites, and ultimately, glorifies God; oh, and allows me to leave my loved ones in a good financial position. We must take care of the resources that the Lord gives us to provide for our generations to come. Read more>>
Matthew Heyliger | Personal Trainer& Online Lifestyle/Prep Coach
My end goal for my career is to be known as a top 5 Mens Physique Coach! Secondly I would like to be 100% online with clients overseas. One of my biggest passions is traveling and this would allow me to work from any place I so chose. Read more>>