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.
Terry Jefferson | Producer, Engineer, & CHH Artist.
I want to open my own non-profit production/recording studio that gives classes on how to create, produce, mix, master etc. I love doing music and I’ve been blessed enough to have the materials to learn & grow with. I’ve realized that opportunity isn’t available for everybody so if I can find a way to provide it for those less fortunate, I feel that the world would see more creatives flourishing in their natural environment. Read more>>
Omolola Otubaga | Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner- PMHNP
The end goal for me is AWARENESS. As a mental health professional, I know awareness is the greatest tool for change. Mental health is the field of medication that has so much judgment and because of that the world has alienated its existence. At the end of my career, I want be able to state that my brand was responsible for making an impact on the community of mental health through education, experience and exploration. I understand the importance of mental health and the necessity of it, towards the goal of success in life. I want the hashtag of the brand to be nationally publicized. #resettingminds_changinglives Read more>>
Crystal Styles | Freelance Artist & Makeup Artist
I answer this question confidently when I say honestly don’t know where I want to be professionally by the end of my career. For a while I thought this was a problem but as time past I feel as though this is ok. I’ve always thought I had it all planned and figured out but I’ve learned that sometimes we look to far off into the future that we don’t see what’s it front of us and process it. As of right now I’m allowing my destiny to take me as it please. Read more>>