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.

Laurie Holland Nessland | Licensed Clinical Counselor (LPC)

On one of my volunteer trips to Zambia, a young girl wrote me a letter and gave it to me at the end of my trip; she said, “I pray that you continue with your good heart.” That’s the legacy I intend to leave… set thousands of hearts and minds free from the emotional pain of their past. I developed the Feel Better Fast Technique™ to do just that. It has helped countless children and adults. I now train doctors, mental health clinicians, and even coaches how to use this technique to obtain transformational results with their clients. Read more>>

Abbii Rodriguez | Makeup Artist

I want my legacy to be a makeup company and brand for everyone. I want to provide makeup services, tools, classes, and products for everyone. I want people to remember the passion I have for makeup. Read more>>

Heather Urness | Transformational Life Coach

Legacy is such a potent concept for me and a major contributor to how I got into the work that I do today. I knew that I had a purpose beyond just making money, getting married, having a family and a 401k. I felt that restless urge deep in my soul that there was something bigger that I was meant to do. I had always felt the call to help others and impact people’s lives but it took me awhile to figure out how I would do that and to some degree I’m still watching that take shape. Legacy for me means following your soul’s calling and daring to break the mold and be different. Read more>>