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.
Tyler Boronski | Reporter
To give context, my background is in reporting. I’ve done work in both the professional sports world and entertainment space in my career. My end goal is to be a media personality that’s “done it all”. The more people I can say I’ve interviewed, the better. I want to be someone that can say they’ve interviewed the “best of the best” too – whether it’s in the professional sports world in baseball, basketball, football, etc or in the entertainment scene with actors, social media creators, and musicians. Read more>>
Steven Taylor | Blues Musician
The end goal for me is leaving a mark.. what I mean by that is making memorable music and touring and performing for as many people I possibly can! Music is a universal language we all can agree on that and I want to make my mark with my own personal take on music. Read more>>
Taylor Blackwell | Actor, Artist, Musician
I’m not entirely sure yet. I hope my career continues to change and evolve along the way. Because of my wide range of interests and creative pursuits, there’s a world of possibilities. I find this to be very exciting! As it currently stands, my goal is to be able to have the time and budget to blend my different mediums. For example, I direct a movie that I also act in, and I write an original song for the same film. I’d like to work on creative projects with my close friends, hopefully travel a bit in the process, (be it going on tour or filming a movie somewhere far away!), and just have a blast doing so. Read more>>