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.

Rachel Munoz | That Social Media Mom (@mrsrachelmunoz)

I have asked myself this question many times, probably too many times to count if I am being honest. I have gone back and fourth about my social media, why I do it and where do I want to go with it? And it is a pretty simple answer. I want to make a difference. My end goal is not money, even though being paid to post ad work from home is a plus, that is not the ultimate goal. The ultimate goal is helping the women who following me and the women I influence on social media. I do not want to be just another pretty face on Instagram. Read more>>

Warren Sabori | Musician

I think the end goal is always to have a strong fanbase and to feel like my music has elevated the lives of others. Playlists, to me, have always served as soundtracks to the different stages of my life, and I would love to know that my music soundtracked the lives of others. Additionally, I’d love to make music my main source of income. I want to support my family whilst doing something I love, y’know? It’s every artists dream. Read more>>

Ben Schmanke | Artist and Engineer

I would love to be given the opportunity to design/engineer some massive art installations down the road in my career. Murals, sculptures, architectural installments, etc. Who doesn’t love big art? I’ve had a privileged life that has allowed me to learn and grow in the areas necessary to pursue this goal. I received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in 2017, and since then I’ve been working in the custom fabrication/architecture industry. Read more>>

Blake Freedom | Eating Disorder Freedom Coach & The Queen of EFT””

I’m an Eating Disorder Recovery Coach and “The Queen of EFT,” having taught tens of thousands of women how to heal their relationship with food and their body over the past decade through online summits, speaking engagements and with private clients. I started my business to help other women who have struggled to fully recover from their eating disorder, as I have almost 11 years of full recovery. Almost half the women who struggled, and get treatment, do not experience full recovery and continue to struggle. Read more>>