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.

Luciano Gomez | Founder, Solarize USA

I want my legacy to be all about leaving this place a little better than I found it. If people can go to my funeral and say, damn… this guy really built something for us, this guy really protected a lot of land, this guy really taught the youth about the importance of our natural world, this guy really put the well being of our planet FIRST.. I’ll smile down from wherever I am at that point. Read more>>

Danielle Watson-Hubert | Jewelry Designer

I want people to think of me as being authentically grateful. Every piece of jewelry that I finish has a story along with it. Be it a tragic, start-over-three-times story or a happily ever after, easy ending, every necklace, ring or pair of earrings took a journey with me. So, anytime I receive a picture of a ring on your finger or run into someone in the mall wearing my necklace, it fills my humble heart with a tremendous amount of love. I’m so thankful for every hard earned cent that my customers have spent to wear my jewelry. And I want all my patrons to know that there were tears, laughs, doubt and joy poured into every piece they adorn. Read more>>

Carmen Kobsch | Ice Cream Rolls Truck Owner

we are germans living our American dream. For me it’s still not easy to express my emotions in English. I hope you understand what i wanted to explain to you. I think it should be an impetus to show people that it is worth daring to go new ways. we were accompanied by a german TV Show team on our emigration. After it was broadcast on TV, a lot of people wrote to us that it has been a dream of them for a long time, but that they didn’t have the courage to do it. many are afraid of losing everything. but for us it was always a win. I think you can’t fail because every decision, every act is a gain. Read more>>

Taneé Green | Nae Creations CEO

It all boils down to inspiring the world to love once more. That is what I would want my legacy to be, nothing but love and light. There’s nothing that I would want people to remember in particular. However, even now when people think of me they feel nothing but warmth and unapologetic healing. Read more>>

Domo The Doula | Doula & Influencer & store front owner

What I would like my legacy to be build behind, would be my story, I would want young girls and women to know where I came from and where I started. I would want people to know that when you set your mind to something, anything is possible. I would want people to remember me for my determination, and my love for purpose. Which is to motive, inspire and to bring life into this world. Read more>>

Gerardine Pierre | Entrepreneur & Wedding Officiant

I want my legacy to be impactful and one that shows representation for everyone that it will leave others empowered and positive for my children and those after. I want to leave a a mission story that passes along values and skills.I want people to remember my journey to success and why is its good to trust the process. Read more>>