So many of the folks we work with have multidimensional stories. They often aren’t just working on a single project, business or mission – instead they are often involved in so many things all at once and so we often wonder about what they themselves hope their legacy will be about. We’ve shared some of their responses with you below.

Lauren Earnest | Jewelry designer

The mission of my business and the legacy I want to leave behind is to see females flourish by helping them cultivate confidence, joy, and connection in their lives. When I first became a mom I had a really hard time – I questioned my every move and felt like I was doing it all wrong. I truly leaned into the affirming words of others and positive self-talk to build my confidence as a new mom. I continue to lean into my tribe of women for support, and my goal is to provide opportunities to encourage and support women and our youth. I want people to remember me as someone who encourages and comes alongside others. In a world of constant information, advice and criticism, I want to be the friend that simply says “I see you, I love you, I am here.” Read more>>

Jenn Gonzalez | Noninvasive Body Sculptor/Vitamin Specialist

I want my legacy to be the success of my business. I’d like to be able to offer financial abundance to my children and in turn, for them use that for their passions and towards living their life to the fullest. As a new parent, if my kids could inherit my genuine communication and my love to aid people when they are able, it would be a great accomplishment. When I’m no longer in this realm of existence, I would like to be remembered for my love and passion of self growth. Read more>>

Justin Leal | Digital Creator

I believe a legacy is the closest anyone can come to immortality, I’ve branded anything and everything I do and create as ‘Leal Legacy’ for this very reason. I’m not so interested in being remembered personally, my goal is to build something that my kids, my grandkids, my great grandkids, and so on, can build upon and it will be our name that’s remembered. I do what I do for my family, past, present and future. Read more>>

Tyler B. Free | Creator & Designer of OUTLAW LOTE

A legacy can have many different definitions. To me, a legacy is something that lives forever, though must also be left behind. I believe a considerable accomplishment one can have is to inspire a generation of people to go for greatness within themselves, so that they may share it with the world. I want my legacy to be someone that created my own path, and helped others along the way. Someone that inspired a generation of people to carry confidence with them every where they go, and to live life on the edge. When I say Life on the Edge, I don’t mean carelessly or recklessly, but rather living life with faith, and taking the risk that is believing in yourself. I want people to remember that Tyler B. Free created his own path and helped others along the way, and that I pushed the boundaries of what is “possible” or “impossible” in all i pursued. Read more>>

Chavali McIntosh | Nonprofit Founder / President and life Coach

I want my legacy to be and I want to be remembered for diversity, empowerment, compassion and determination. Read more>>