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.
Molly Meetz | Owner at Lady Bird Vintage
I have lofty goals for myself that I usually don’t share with others, but in the spirit of manifesting the life you want I’ll let you in on my deepest secret. A dream of mine that started in my early college is for my name to grace the pages of Vogue Magazine. This is still very much a goal of mine and every decision I make in my business has this in mind. What this means on a broader level to me is that my company has helped spread the message of how beautiful sustainability can be across the nation, hopefully even further. Read more>>
Morgan Mendez | Colorado Wedding Photographer and Podcast Host
This is such a huge question, because I have many goals–both personally and professionally–but to summarize it for you, I’d have to say that if I’ve learned anything in the last seven almost eight years, it’s that there are no end goals in business. Because as soon as you meet your goals, you’re already searching for the next thing. So for me? The end goal is to be happy, the end goal is to also understand that my business was given to me for a period of time, and I am to steward it while I have it and make the most of it. The end goal is to also serve people through what I do, because at the end of the day, people–my clients, my family, my friends–are what has helped make me who I am today. Read more>>
Amelia Broughton | Relational Leadership Facilitator, Human Design Coach & Consultant, and Writer
For me, there is less of an end goal and more of an ever-evolving timeline that far surpasses me. I desire to leave a legacy of connection, self-awareness, and self-acceptance that spreads its roots deep into the soil of humanity, our cultural beliefs, and societal norms. In my ideal world, there is no end to the degree to which someone can discover how to be more lovingly and effectively in connection with themself, one another, and the communities they’ve invested in. By the end of my professional career, which personally feels like a lifelong path I walk, I hope to touch the lives of hundreds of thousands of people with relational and emotional intelligence, and a logical, empirical system by the name of Human Design. Read more>>