We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.
Jamey Knipps | Life Coach
I love this question! When I was younger, I never even thought about what I would eventually leave behind. I was far too busy stressing about all the things I thought I was supposed to be doing – the job, the house, the husband, the kids – and how to do them perfectly. The further down this road I got, the more I started to ask myself: Who’s the judge of what I’m “supposed to” be doing? Who decides what “perfect” even looks like? Why am I so worried about what other people will think? Read more>>
Kelsey Kimberlin | Podcast Host & Content Creator
When I think about what I want my legacy to be, a lot of things come to mind but there is one that wins over them all. I want people to remember that I was a loving wife and mother but above all, I want people to remember that I didn’t forget about myself. That not only did I strive to be the best mom and wife I could be but I also pursued my passions and goals. I want to leave a legacy that inspires moms to take care of themselves and not forget that they matter too. I started my podcast The Mamas Moving Mountains Podcast for that reason exactly. Read more>>
Tracy Pshyk | Artist/Oil Painter
For me this is a no brainer. I want my legacy to be my art. Not just my paintings as physical picture you see on the wall but the idea behind my works and the way they make you think or feel. . As I delve deeper into myself I keep finding things I translate onto canvas and I hope people can feel that long after I am gone. Whether its realism or something crazy and surrealistic there is some of my soul in there. I hope it creates feelings of inspiration for future artists! Read more>>