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.

APRIL SPADINA | Charcoal Artist

For years I have conducted art workshops where I teach charcoal drawing to small groups of people. I absolutely love it! It fills me with such a huge amount of purpose and I gain so much inspiration from the students. The joy on their faces and their beautiful finished artworks means so much to me and I pick up on their excitement and happiness. Read more>>

Sarah Peluso | Owner & creator

Our end goal is to successfully run a shop that you can ask in and get all your stationary needs. Right now we mainly focus on stickers but we also have bookmarks and stationary released Read more>>

Jamar Smith | Aka Hiphop recording artist and influencer Yung Listen

This question is provocative in all of the ways I love! The end goal? Ideally the end goal is for my work to transcend the basic idea of “professional” or “Career” I want my time spent to be an investment in my legacy., legacy is immortality. I from a very young age had a terrible omnipresent fear of death. The finality of it still makes me uncomfortable when I sit still long enough to think about it. I want my work on this earth to be impactful enough to outlast my presence here. I through my music and time spent as an “influencer” make every decision, with the end goal being creation of a sustainable conduit for creation of legacy. I want to touch as many people and engage with as many individuals as I can on a daily basis! Read more>>