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.

Selena Weinert | Creator | Graphic Designer, Photographer, Videographer, Music Manager, Music Producer

I can honestly say that my end goal is for the world to be aware of and appreciate all the creativity I bring to the table. I was never in this creative field to be rich. That was never my end goal. Yes, of course you need money to survive and if financial abundance comes from my creative endeavors, I’ll gladly take it. I would love for someone to see a photo I take, or listen to a song I produce, or a video that I edit, or a brand that I bring to life and acknowledge that it is “me” Selena (SMW Creations). So professionally I would love to be well known for all the great visuals and music that I put out here in the world. Read more>>

Jae Cook | Graphic Designer ,Custom Item Printer ,Shoe Designer ,clothing line owner

Starting out my business I never knew what a end goal was I just wanted to start a business to make quick money but over the past 5 years my views and aspects of life have changed I want me to not have to introduce my self when I walk in a room I want a empire I want to have multiple buildings with each of my hustles in one I plan on getting a small shop now then go bigger year by year Read more>>

Jave’l Wilson | Visionary

My end goal is to simply be a mogul in the entertainment industry. I believe I have many gifts and talents where I cannot limit myself to one occupation, so I want to take everything I have to offer and create content that inspires the youth and the black community, just in different aspects. I want to direct movies, produce songs, host events, write books, and simply use everything god has blessed me with to impact the world in a tremendous way. I believe impact comes from what you do and how you do it, instead of how many things you do. Although I look up to moguls such as Diddy, Steve Harvey, and Tyler Perry, I plan to use the things i’ve learned from them as well as other successful individuals to become the biggest mogul to walk this earth. Read more>>

Kiasi Luboviski | Private Chef

My end goal is to be generationally wealthy. I want my kids – kids to be able to live off of my accomplishments whether that be them able to work for one of my businesses or just be able to live off of the wealth that I have acquired. Professionally, by the end of my career I would like to own multiple restaurants ranging from hole in the walls to the finest dining restaurants there are. I want to touch the world with my meals whether that be through my cookbooks, meal preps, catering, restaurants, or cooking shows. Read more>>