We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.
Stephany Gonzalez | Psychotherapist
I believe I am in the process of creating my legacy right now. I want to be remembered as someone who was loving and championed others really well. As someone who was so authentic that it created safety for others to show up as their true selves. As a lover of God and lover of people with a strong conviction for truth and integrity. Lastly, as a human being who was vibrant/joyful, accepting, and as a person who loved helping others. Read more>>
Kindra Trawick | Author, Speaker, and Content Creator.
I want my Legacy to be to do what you see regardless of what you’ve been shown. If I based my dreams and goals on my childhood, bank account, or surroundings I would never do anything. Life will always show you why you can’t but believing in what God showed you tells you that you can. I would like to inspire others to be create instead of being a copy. I would like to be remembered by my willingness to fail publicly and be humiliated before I be I die and allow myself to live with the regret of what “could of been”. Read more>>
Neiba Salinas | Content Creator, Influencer & Architect Designer
I want to be remembered for being a kind, compassionate person, I want to be remembered for helping others, I am a believer that kindness conquers most.
I believe that kindness can change lives, heal wounds, and most certainly help others. But I want to be remembered not just as someone who is kind, compassionate, and helps others; I want to actually BE someone who is kind, compassionate, and helps others, whether I am remembered for it or not. Helping my family overcome challenges and obstacles, helping strangers (that become friends) pursue their passions and everything in between. Read more>>