We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.
Jen Martinsen | Functional Nutritionist & Health Coach
That I offered something real & relatable, that truly helped women for the better. So many women are doing all the right things like eating healthy, going to the doctor when they notice things are off, and asking important questions. But still, they are often left with more questions than answers when they are told “you’re fine,” “your blood work is normal,” or “it’s a normal part of getting older.” In some ways, I believe functional nutrition is viewed as an alternative solution, however I see my services as a compliment to what’s already working for women. A missing puzzle piece from what they’ve tried so far, to help it all start to fit together. I work with many clients that have a similar story of hormonal imbalance dating back to sometimes their teens, digestion that’s been “off” for a decade or more, or constantly feeling exhausted, even after a full night’s sleep. Read more>>
Jim Cathcart | Author, Mentor & Speaker
I want to be known as a person who lived his creed. My own life should be an example of the concepts that I promote for others. Lead by example is a simplistic way to say this, but it’s more than that. We should prove our ideas through personal use of them. Then when we give advice, it is with conviction based in actual personal experience. Read more>>
Rhonda Barber | Writer, Poet, Dream Coach, Producer & Director
I want my legacy to be faith without borders! Anything with God is possible! He turns every impossibility into possibilities! There’s a saying that speaks to, if you can dream it, it can be done, however, dreaming with God takes you much further than you could have ever imagined on your own. I want my legacy to touch down right there. I was once told something along the lines of, if I knew God was with me on something, I didn’t need all of the details, I would risk it all on that single truth. To this day, there has not been one thing that God has dropped the ball on with me, not one! Had I been careful in some areas of my life when it came to “dreaming with God”, had I ascribed to needing all the details before I stepped out on faith to do something, I would have missed some major game changers in my life. Moments that took me from hopeless to a hope dealer! Read more>>