We asked rising stars from the community to open up to us about their end goal. We asked them where they want to be, professionally, by the end of their careers and have shared some of those responses below.

Vincent Serpico | Smash Room Owner

There really is no end goal, per se. The “goal” is to craft a life (both personal and business) where the journey itself is rewarding. I have started several businesses, and this is key advice I want to impart on anyone starting a business. Do not fall in love with some idealistic end-goal; instead, embrace the process; the day-to-day. Read more>>

Danielle Kim | Spiritual Consultant & Creative

I love this question. There is no goal ! Providing spiritual care for artists and creatives is something that called me. It actually yelled and hunted me down haha. I’m a blank canvas when it comes to my professional life. I would love to experience the art and flourishing of as many spirits possible. All the highs and lows tangled up in that journey are deeply welcome. Read more>>

Colin/Colin Rauschenberger/Boyd | Band members

The end goal for us is to be in a place we’re we don’t regret anything and did everything we wanted to do in our career and have a legacy that will outlive us Read more>>

Gabriella Gonzalez | Professional Hair and Makeup Artist

I want to be Successful. Everyone had their own definition of success , but to me success looks like being financially stable and capable to take care of my parents and to be genuinely happy doing something you love, now to me that is success. To be able to wake up and do something you love and be financially set doing what you love is truly a blessing ,a lot of people don’t get to experience that ever in their lifetime. As a first generation High School Graduate , and a first generation entrepreneur who is already successful at what i do i will continue to work hard to become my definition of successful. Read more>>