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.

Lorence Ricks | Personal Trainer & Athletic Performance Coach

The end goal is to have a few training locations opened in the country (3 minimal). By the end of my career I want to be traveling back and forth between those locations (only to make sure business is running as needed) and spend as much time with my family as I possibly can!. Read more>>

Ramses Terrero | Creative Director at Studio Nobody LLC

The end goal is to teach, to make a positive impact, and to bring up with me all the individuals that have helped me bring my vision to life and made it all possible. I want to create a brand that benefits the community and innovates design and the way we see the places around us. Read more>>

Erica Halloun | Independent Educational Consultant

My end goal matches my company slogan: stress-free college guidance. My goal is to spread the idea and the methods for making the college application process the stress-free exciting journey that it should be. The application process has become so competitive and students have become overwhelmed by the pressure of attaining perfect SAT scores and getting into top-ranked colleges. Then, there is the stress of figuring out one’s career path at the young age of 18, plus the financial implications of taking on loans or investing so much of one’s personal savings.  My goal is to provide resources and advice to my students through multiple outlets including blog posts, videos, informational pamphlets, newspaper articles, live presentations, and eventually a published book on the subject. I’d also like to be able to take on at least three low income pro bono students per application cycle to help them attain full ride scholarships. Read more>>

Sam Karl | President

End goal is to create hundreds of studios to help as many people as possible. Our goal is to create a national and even international community that shares the same values of health, wellness and happiness. Read more>>