We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.
Kevin Williams | Entrepreneur
I want my legacy to be remembered as a person of service. I want people to remember. This man did everything he could do to help others achieve their goals. I want to be remembered as one of the most selfless people ever. Read more>>
Loren Cross | Creator & CEO
At first glance I thought it would be easy answering this question, but as I began to think about the answer it became more complex. Anytime someone hears the word “hood” they automatically think Helping Others Open Doors, that is what I want my legacy to be. My legacy is one that displays one person going the extra mile to prove a h.o.o.d. lifestyle can spread across the globe for the greater good of us all. I want to be remembered for helping others open doors in any capacity no matter how hard it may seem considering today’s times. Creating H.O.O.D. alone is my legacy that will carry on for years to come. Helping Others Open Doors or H.O.O.D. is a marathon that will be run by others long after I’m gone to ensure that THE H.O.O.D. NEVER DIES. Read more>>
Mar Butler | Inspirational Speaker & Community Activist
When people mention my name to their kids, I want it to in connection with stories of perseverance. I want my life story to be the bar that an individual uses to believe that because of me, they too can defy the odds of their family generational curses with recidivism, poverty, drug and alcohol addiction. For every young black boy or girl to believe that it’s not by the status of their class but by the level of their belief and determination that makes them just as credible as anyone else to be a great leader. Overall, my legacy will be the symbol of the love that I strived to give towards everyone, without even a consideration as to race, creed, color, or gender. That I’ve served my purpose for being chosen to walk this earth, opening the door of enlightenment that leads to love, life, and the pursuit of happiness. Read more>>