It’s easy to get caught up in the day to day, but it’s important to stop and 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.

Spynsir Tucker | School Bus Driver , Wife, & Mother

My End goal is to have multiple SyliskaBeauty stores around the world. By 2024 is my goal to have my first store in my home city of San Francisco , CA. I want to known as a successful business owner when its all said and done. I want people to know SyliskaBeauty cosmetics for being luxurious, affordable and for everyone. Read more>>

Vuyo Joboda | International Producer/Director, Author, TV Host and Entrepreneur

My goal is to have served as a revolutionist in the media industry, having brought active change and solutions to an industry that helps shape society, its views and cultures. I aim to build a media company that will help ignite Africa and Inspire the World through media. The company and platform serving as a an amplification of voices and the maximization of opportunities. I want my company to create job opportunities, to be a purpose incubator and enable for the untold stories to have a platform to exists. Read more>>

Chloe A. Moore, CFP® | Financial Planner

While I’m not on the path I thought I would be on, my vision for my career has been consistent since the beginning. I’ve always wanted to be in a position professionally where I can work part-time, support my desired lifestyle, and be financially independent. I could then use my time, talent, and resources to help others in a more meaningful way where making money is not a priority. I have a passion for spreading financial literacy, especially among systemically excluded populations. In addition to providing discounted or pro bono services, I also want to do more speaking, writing, mentoring, and group coaching. Read more>>

Keyatta Mincey Parker | Bartender / Cocktail influencer / Owner and Operator of A Sip of Paradise Garden

My end goal is to be someone who impacted my community, my bar community. I hope to expand A Sip of Paradise Garden to other cities and countries, our community is so broken and covid only exposed us even more. I want to establish The Jim Project, my foundation that will train ladies in my native home of Liberia from age 16 to 21 in hospitality and ladies 21 to 24 in bar culture. Liberia is still recovering from an almost 20-year war. A lot of women did want they had to survive, including prostitution. This could have been my future. This is my end goal, to continue to give back, to my community and live in the South of France with my hubby and a small garden. Read more>>

Olga Nesterova | Founder of OnestBusiness and Onest TV

First of all, I aim to be working until I further cannot. I am a doer and creator and this is what keeps me going. I don’t strive to move to a lonely island and enjoy endless margaritas. It’s just something that doesn’t excite me. Therefore, I don’t know where exactly I will end up with my doings as I get some “crazy” ideas on the daily, but I do have some pretty ambitious goals. My intention is to revolutionize mass media and television. The world has changed, our beliefs and values have changed, and yet the media had not adjusted accordingly. Why? Because when you have something to lose, you are fearful to shake things up. Read more>>