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.

Corey Hegel | Actress

I am working towards a career in acting. I auditioned and was accepted at The Juilliard’s Pre-College for their Drama Program. I trained in Geneva, Switzerland. I have been doing modeling work with OC Fashion Week while I attend UC Berkeley. Read more>>

Jess Marie Larrain | Sacred Space Holder, Digital Presence & Organization Consultant

I wholeheartedly believe that reaching & maintaining a state of optimal health is one of the most important & valuable things one can accomplish. I find joy in offering services such as virtual assistance & website management to professionals that have the intention of nourishing their clients’ lives. This way they can fully focus on their purpose of serving others, while trusting that their digital presence is in capable hands. I also find joy in holding sacred space for those looking to better their overall health & wellness through mentorship, guidance & private Yoga asana sessions. I’m currently earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Ayurveda Wellness & Integrative Health from Maharishi International University. I will not only graduate with a higher education degree, but be recognized as an Ayurveda Wellness Consultant & Ayurveda Health Counselor by the National Ayurvedic Medical Association. Read more>>

JayCee Careaga | Music Producer & DJ

Whats the end goal? Woah…. That’s a deep question. I believe for anyone, the end goal is to be happy and healthy. By the end of my career I will look back and see all the hard work, love, and dedication I’ve put into my craft over the years. It wont be the awards, the shows, the glamour or any of that. It will be the space between those moments like the sleepless nights in the studio, meeting and collaborating with talented artists, falling and getting back up. Just like music…. it’s the space between the notes that make it “music”. As for where I want to be professionally by the end of my career. Firstly I would have reached my goals of touring the world and playing my music at the most prolific venues. Secondly I would have won some grammies for my hits and movie scoring. Thirdly, I would have retired from performing and collaborating. Read more>>

John Alves | Chief Passionate Officer & Founder

For Dirtbag Clothing our end goal is to be a community 0f passionate dreamers and doers…so when you hear someone says “Your a Dirtbag” its a badge of honor in that you did what you’re passionate about following your own dreams and desires. Personally I just want to live the Dirtbag lifestyle and have people say I was a good Human. Read more>>