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.

Nadia Ahrens, LICSW | Psychotherapist, Coach, & Spiritual Mentor

I want people to remember my strength and vulnerability. My mission in life is to help women heal from whatever life throws their way, so they can find their soul’s purpose. In 2016, my eight year old son unexpectedly died. Early on in my grief, I’d sit in his room and cry for hours. One day when I was on the floor (we all have had ‘on the floor’ moments), deep in pain, I didn’t want to go on. The pain was too great. I thought “Maybe I’ll just live a passively suicidal life waiting to die”. In that next moment, my 98 year old grandmother popped into my mind. “Sh*t. I have her genes. I’ll likely be here a long time”, was my next thought. In that moment, I realized I had a CHOICE. Either live a victimized life waiting to die, or transform the sh*t out of the worst experience I’ll EVER experience.” I chose the latter. Every day I choose to transform, heal, and grow. Read more>>

Katie Harris | Yoga/Meditation Instructor and Realtor

I hope that the legacy I leave behind is a vibrant one. One that encourages people to pursue happiness and intentional occupation rather than doing what they think they are “supposed to do”. I hope I leave behind a legacy of adventure, and taking big risks for even bigger rewards…and most of all I hope I leave behind a legacy of love. Love for my family, love for spending quality time making memories over money, and a love for treating all people with kindness. I hope that people remember my laugh, because that means I laughed a lot…and I hope that people remember my faith…the faith that carried me through the greatest and hardest times. An all knowing that there was a loving God guiding me through every step of my life. Read more>>

Eddy-King | Entrepreneur & Hip Hop Artist

I think about legacy often. As an artist, I want to go down as an all-time great. As a person, I want to be remembered as someone that cared deeply about people and helping them become better versions of themselves, through the music and work outside of just the music. Read more>>

Sabrina Munoz | Hairstylist & Entrepreneur

I want my legacy to be about the power & freedom of building a brand that allowed me to express my unique creativity as an individual and the beauty behind it all. Read more>>