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.

Laura Ann Samuelson | Interdisciplinary Artist

As long as I can remember, I have felt wholly occupied by the questions I have about how human beings, collectively and individually, build up, chase, lose sight of, break away from, abandon, and refasten what we deem meaningful, and where we believe that meaning comes from. These questions are probably what led me to be an artist. I know that they are definitely why I continue to make performances. They are also why I teach. And more recently, they have led me into working in mental healthcare. Read more>>

Beth Caughran | Personal Chef and Climber

I’m very much a generalist and a lateral thinker with a wide array of professional and personal interests. So, I don’t really have an end-goal for a “career” per se; I am seeking a state of non-career where I can tie all of those things together. I acknowledge that that is not a very cogent response! Ultimately, I’m working toward a goal of tying together food, nutrition, food systems, education, justice, and community. So, I still don’t know what that looks like! Read more>>

Zach Sharp | Owner & Operator

I would love to see Domestique franchised all over the country and operating with the vision that I started this company with. Provide quality work at a fair price with friendly and informative information. I always want Domestique to be a shop where new and experienced riders are comfortable asking questions and talking to their Domestique. Read more>>