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.

Kaleigh Marks | Baker & Inspired Entrepreneur

By the end of my career, I honestly have the biggest vision for myself. First and foremost, I plan on progressing Lez Get Baked into the Marijuana Industry. We have been working incredibly hard for almost 3 years now to get under a THC license enabling us to create the most delicious edibles on the market with a sustainable approach. We also plan to expand Lez Get Baked across the USA. Read more>>

Monica Monarrez | Owner-Viva La Mocha

I think my end goal is to have something to leave for my kids. I’d love to have a store front, retire one day, and leave it for them to run. Read more>>

Sincerely Your Neighbor | Clothing Line

Right now, I am focusing on expanding in Arizona and making a buzz with the brand, to our community here. It won’t be overnight, and I understand that. However, l’ll always remind myself to stick to the plan. We want to build a beautiful and popular community that is in total alignment with SYN’s mission and values. It has been on a mission to connect individuals through clean and unique clothing designs – redefining street wear with expert artistry and downtown sensitivity. Read more>>

Mary Draper | Balance Coach and Functional Training Specialist

I am so fortunate to absolutely love what I do in my field. I am past retirement age, but helping people become stronger, more independent and moving well improves their quality of life, and is so rewarding for me. Read more>>