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.

Lanisia Rhoden | Social Entrepreneur & Non-Profit Management Consultant

My legacy is the positive impact I would have made on the lives of numerous individuals, especially young people in Jamaica, mainly through an NGO I founded, Young Women/Men of Purpose (YWOP/YMOP). I want people to remember me as a woman who found her purpose, by helping others to identify and fulfil their purpose. I want to be remembered as someone who was quiet yet bold; cautious, but at the same time a risk taker; a dreamer and a doer. Read more>>

Natalie Rowe | Entrepreneur, Wife & Mom

When I think about legacy I think about my father. My father was one who served. He served others by helping however he could. If that meant providing transportation, clothes or food for a family in need, caring for ailing family members or being a mentor to young men. My dad lived a life of service. He has been gone for over eleven years and I still meet people who were positively impacted by my dad. Read more>>

Shathagoddess | Music Producer

I think about this question all the time. Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, let’s even throw in Drake… what do these people all have in common? Legacy! They will live forever in music, no matter how much time has passed people will remember their names and the music they left behind! This is the legacy I will acquire! I want to be immortal through my music. Read more>>

Tatiana Ayala | Motivational Speaker/Athlete

I spent most of my life in fear of greatness, making sure I stayed in the slightly above average percentile always. Playing it safe, but also denying this desire within me to do great things. One unexpected day, life as I knew it completely changed and it was the wake up call I needed. I started running and meditating, and slowly came to the realization that the true reason I felt so sad was not because of the events that happened, but because I was unhappy with myself. I was unhappy with my life as a whole, depending on the exterior for motivation, gratification, and appreciation. Read more>>