We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.

Frankie Leonie | Musician

The amazing thing about music is that, when it’s recorded, it will far outlive us. Our time on this earth is so small in the grand scheme of things, but a song has the ability to live forever and reach more people than you ever personally could have. I think that’s one of my favorite things about it. Read more>>

Kelly Steller Hrad | Reflectionist Painter

To be a Reflectionist painter, I draw upon my memories, emotions, experiences and reflect them like a mirror on to the canvas. Focusing on positive thoughts and energy to attract like minded people to my work. My life journey is expressed on canvas, in 3-dimensional paint. Read more>>

Katie Star | Vocal Coach, Talent Development & Music Producer

Beyond teaching and sharing my gifts with others, I’d like to be remembered for building confidence in others dreams and giving them the ability and opportunities to pursue their talent and gifts. Read more>>

David Jordan | Sandwich Shop Owner

I would have to say I want my legacy to be about how much I tried to help people. I want them to remember how I tried to help people change their lives for the better. Helping homeless veterans isnt an easy task, but its a very worthwhile one. Read more>>