It’s easy to get caught up in the day to day, but it’s important to stop ask: what’s the end goal? Knowing where you are trying to go is step one in getting there and so we’ve asked some folks we admire to tell us their end goal and where they want to be by the end of their careers.

Geraldine Jeannot | Destination Wedding and Boudoir Photographer

My end goal is to travel full time for destination weddings and making 6 figures consistently. I want to open a studio that also doubles as a co working space for creatives. Read more>>

Brooke Fucito | Professional Photographer

Photography is certainly my passion above anything else-and so my end goal is to create and manage a successful photography studio operating in Atlanta. When I think of where I would like to be in five years, I see myself sitting behind a desk, in my own personal office situated next to a studio full of equipment. I see framed photographs of works from Brandon Woelfel and Bryan Castillo decorating the walls, and I see a large window that overlooks my city. I see clients and friends coming in and out during the day, and I see lifelong connections being made with like-minded creatives who are equally passionate about art. Read more>>

Jessica Holt | Master Cosmetologist

The end goal for me is, generational wealth. I want to leave legacy for my family. I want my children, and their children to be able to be innovative in their own way. Professionally, I want to set an example for them that you can have your hearts desires through hard work and faith in God. Read more>>

Khaleel Muhammad | Photographer/Bodypaint Artist/Creative Director

When I think about my end goal…I think of running multiple companies and creating art. Like coming up with solutions is apart of my dna. Apart of my end goal is to have a one stop shop building based on entertainment, photo/video, fashion and art. At the end of my career I want to be one of the people to make Detroit thru tourism. Read more>>