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.
Ghayda Yaghi | Event Planner & Houston Mayoral Candidate Fundraising Director for Robin Williams 2023
The end goal of my profession would be to leave a legacy that my kids and my family can be proud of. Working along side A-list celebrities and high profile individuals is another goal I want to achieve. By the end of my career I would want to leave a legacy for my kids, that is to be respected, understand what giving back to all communities mean. Also, to be that individual who is inspiring to everyone. I want to be able to look back and know I did everything in my power to complete that goal of which my dreams and desires have been met. I want to look back and know I was able to plant the seed and create a respectable and humbled path that any generation can look and aspire to be whatever it is their heart desires. Read more>>
Stephen Salinas | entrepreneur / music producer
The end goal was always clear to me, to be a rock star and a family man, though being a rock star has a different meaning to me now. It mostly just means to be able to live happily and free while also making self-sufficient income off of jobs and opportunity I’ve created. Professionally at the end of my career I would like to be known for helping others achieve their dream and a passion and turning it into a sufficient source of income as well. Read more>>
Tamy & Eveny Flores | Balloon Artist
Our end goal would be to have our own store where our clients can walk in and we can sell our balloon bouquets, variety color and brand balloons, accessories and foil balloons. Read more>>