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.

Jordan Lipscomb | American Fashion Model

I want to be a well known in the fashion industry; using my influence to provide encouragement and inspiration to anyone who might want to follow an “unrealistic” dream. I want to prove that anyone can accomplish anything if they work hard enough and have the resilience to go with that dream. Read more>>

Nikki Ganz Stahl | Author & Illustrator – Pops On Wheels””

Living a creative life is about the journey. It’s what makes the story worth telling. So I try not to live in terms of end goals. Growing up, my Dad had a plaque in his office that read, “Live life one day at a time, and make it a masterpiece.” Read more>>

Kiarah Jackson | Artist & Designer

By the end of my career, I want to have known artworks and accessories all around the world. I want to be financially comfortable with my own creative space to express the last of my artistry. Read more>>

Angelique Rosser | Social Worker living the Crafting Life

I began my business as a way to help me deal with the challenges of covid. So, I thought to myself what can I do to maintain my mental wellness outside of my full-time employment. Read more>>

Coco Lafousfous | Aerialist, Dancer, Choreographer, Circus fitness teacher, Performance Artist

I love the performing arts. I can’t see myself leaving the world of theater. While the end of my career may be off in the distance, I do have quite a few plots and ideas for where I’d like my path to take me. Read more>>

Estee Marie | Multi-Disciplinary Artist & Educator

By the end of my career, I want to have created works of inspiration. I. would hope that I’ve helped people transition from a place of low self-esteem to a space of self-love and self-worth through creative expression. Read more>>