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.

Cecilia Alvarado | Teacher/Crafter

We often find the almost perfect item or gift and simply want to change one or two small details to make it just right. That’s where I come in. My business focuses on custom and personalized products. I wanted to provide a place where people could customize their accessories or the gifts they are giving their loved ones. Whether it be an inside joke, a favorite color, a quote, or a photo of their dog; custom designs can transform a gift and make it even more special. I eventually want to become a one-stop shop for custom items. Read more>>

Zamarianne bradley | Model

The end goal is to live comfortably off of the body work that I put out! Help make a change in the world on how we look at people who are different. Continue to bring awareness on the prospection of how Trans are mistreated. Show that every Trans are not interested in just being sexually beings. Continue to help them embrace their true self & identity. With continuing to spread genuine love to the youth and reassuring to keeping hope that the world will come at peace with each other. Read more>>

CJ Hancock | Martial arts instructor.

Well that’s a tricky question. I’ve always wanted to open my own martial arts gym but now that I have been in 3 movies and a music video I really like the idea of pursuing acting. Read more>>