We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.

Kerry Blum | Nonprofit Director

My legacy is thousands of children who were able to improve their lives through community tennis programs that taught them how to be successful in school and in life. I hope my future legacy will expand to include thousands of Military warriors and the canine partners who rebuild their lives after injury and loss while protecting our Country. I want people to remember me as a kind and caring person dedicated to helping others. Read more>>

Rylie Jennings Makenzie Hatfield | Co-hosts, Baddies Mean Business Podcast

If we could name one passion in life and what set the entire foundation of Baddies Mean Business, it is to inspire our generation to be brave, bold, and brilliant change makers. A podcast is a small step towards this aspiration of creating a generation of innovators. It is truly incredible how much a person can accomplish with the right mental resources and support, so Baddies Mean Business is our contribution to this effort. If we could be remembered for one thing, it would be that we gave someone the perspective necessary to accomplish what they didn’t believe they could accomplish before. – Rylie Jennings + Makenzie Hatfield, Co-Hosts Read more>>

Kristi Baker | Boutique Owner

This question is a very good and made me really examine my thoughts. I lost my son in 2017. He was 21 years old with a bright future. He passed unexpectedly but the impact he left was GREAT. As I processed his death I thought you have lived a good life, supervised and managed on your job, have wonderful children and and a loving husband. I don’t want to leave this world without making an impact on women’s lives. I want to make a difference. I take each and every customer as an experience. I want them to feel the love in my boutique . I want them to feel confident and sometimes sexy in the clothes. I want them to work with me and try something they would not normally wear. It’s a respect and trust thing for me. If they feel the respect for their feelings they will trust me enough to not guide them incorrectly. It’s more than the clothes for me. I want to help build confidence from the inside out. Read more>>

Sarah Holloway | blogger / novice health and wellness influencer

What I want people to remember about me is how I took a problem that could have broke me, and made it into a solution that serves the purpose to uplift and inspire individuals. When I was 20, I unfortunately experienced what an estimated 0.5 to 3.7 percent of women suffer from (anorexia nervosa) at some point in their lifetime.” Although in my most vulnerable state, I knew that in my heart that my story had the potential to inspire others to speak up. I believed that my journey had more purpose than just for myself…and it did. What I want people to remember about me is that no matter what hardship one might go through, there is light at the end of the tunnel. I stand as an example to prove that anyone can overcome an eating disorder and heal their relationship with food and fitness. Read more>>