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.

Rachele Scevola | The Breath Nurse | Breathwork Facilitator & Registered Nurse

The legacy I desire to leave behind in this world is one of healing, honesty, compassion, and leadership. I want to be remembered as someone who never gave up on showing people the power that they have within themselves to heal. Someone who wasn’t afraid to live in her truth and tell her story, so that others might learn from her experiences. Someone who healed herself and wasn’t afraid to call people forward in their own healing journeys. Someone who lived meaningfully and with compassion and love. Someone who truly embodied the work and the wisdom it took to lead. Read more>>

Cassie Rhoda | Artist, Designer, and Writer

For twelve years, my whole adult life, my legacy seemed to be wrapped up and lost in the blankets of my bed as I was homebound and mostly bed bound from a severe, progressive chronic illness. I kind of lost hope of the word legacy. I was fighting a battle to just survive. Leaving a legacy didn’t even seem possible to me. Three years ago, my miracle happened and that chronic illness that had me chained to a life of suffering I didn’t want, vanished after a stroke at the age of 32. Read more>>

Alexis Wren | Jewelry Designer

My goal is creating a legacy my children are proud of and can benefit from. When I started my own business i almost instantly noticed the inspiration it gave to my oldest son’s imagination. Listening to his ideas and the shift in the way he answers questions like “what do you want to be when you grow up” change from employee to owner has been one of my biggest take backs. Read more>>

Selena Young | Tattoo Artist

It’s been a long a tough and long ride up to where I am now. I’m 25 but ever since I was young I’ve been wanting to slip into the tattoo industry as an artist. I had the skill and the want but you know how it goes, life happens. I’ve had lots of set backs, lots of tough decisions and change but late last year I finally got in to a shop. Ive fought tooth and nail to get myself in a position to carry out my childhood dreams and I want to be great at what I do, I want to be well know. Read more>>