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.
Jada Lovell | Wardrobe Stylist
My end goal is to create my own high end fashion house. I want to be known for shopping unique pieces for a-list clients, having style out of this world, influencing people to be different on the daily & traveling the world to get paid to shop. One of my main focuses as a wardrobe stylist would be to have my clients looking and feeling their best. Read more>>
Alexis Day Sanarr McLaughlin | Entrepreneurs & Idea Enthusiasts
Many people measure success by how much money they have, what they can buy, etc… Our measurement is a little different, We measure by how much freedom we have in our day to day. Spending the time in your day the way you want and not based on need is the end goal. Don’t get us wrong, money/multiple streams of income is always the grind but shifting to where it is no longer being chased to it naturally coming in without you overseeing the process is a different kind of flex. Read more>>
Raeven Smith | All Around Artist & Visionary
I honestly have no true end goal. I believe there is always work to be done and things that can be approved upon. I will say there is a legacy I want to leave behind. I want to have my art, business, and intellectual property lead to something bigger than just that. I want to create a community/ culture that supports itself. Everyone helps everyone, no questions asked and no expectation of reciprocity. Of course within reason. Read more>>