We asked folks about legacy and what they want people to remember about them. We’ve shared some of those responses below.

Abigail Rowe | Music and Entertainment Publicist and Burgeoning Music + Culture Writer

You know it’s funny.., I don’t usually sit and think about answers to these kinds of questions because it’s so easy to just get caught up in what you have to do in the present moment. However, now that I’ve given it some thought (lol), I’d want to be remembered as that young woman from a small island who played her part in amplifying the voices of her fellow young women as well as the tremendous musical and cultural richness that exists in Jamaica. Read more>>

Bionca Outing | Entrepreneur

I want my legacy to be inspiring. I want people to remember me for my heart, my motivation, and my brand. I want my legacy to show people that anything is possible and obstacles are God’s way of prepping you to be unstoppable. I want my legacy to live through everything and anyone I’ve touched. I want people to remember me as a beautiful soul. Read more>>

Anthony Taylor | Photographer

My legacy will be a compilation of all the good I’ve done throughout my time on Earth. I want to be remembered by the impact I’ve had in people’s lives and the good memories and smiles I brought to people. Read more>>