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.

Caroline Kyle | Graphic Design Student and co-founder of the Hesed Project

That’s a difficult question! I think if I could choose what I would be remembered for, I would want to be remembered as someone who treats people well and isn’t afraid to take creative chances. Read more>>

Jamie DeLuccio | Yoga Teacher, Intuitive Astrologer and Somatic Life Coach

I would love to be remembered for really seeing others and guiding them towards deep transformation and profound positive change. I want to be remembered for the heart and authenticity I put into all I do. I want to be remembered as someone people feel emotionally safe with and know that I will walk through the dark with them. Read more>>

Hollie Clere | Social Media Strategist, Storyteller, Author & Speaker

My legacy is in storytelling. My desire is to be remembered for sharing enough of my story, that they came to know me, my heart, my mind, my knowledge, my experience, my struggles, my victories, my joy and my interests. The same is for that of my clients. That we can help pull the story of how they serve the community through the use of thought sharing and ideas in social media, providing abundant value for their audience, that they too are remembered for how they lived, what they shared and how they impacted the world. My favorite quote is: “Only as high as I reach can I grow, Only as far as I seek can I go, Only as deep as I look can I see, Only as much as I dream can I be.” – Karen Raven People can tend to force ideals on our journeys. Read more>>

Jennifer Samuel | Owner of Bodies By Perseverance, Educator, and Marketing Strategist

I want my legacy to be that I always strive for excellence. I excelled through hard work, discipline, and focus and I get that from my family who immigrated to the U.S. (San Francisco) in the 70s. I have had enough failures but a lot more highs in order to achieve excellence. That is why my expectation for my family and people I love is to be excellent in all they do. When you strive for it, at least the journey and the experience was worthwhile than just mediocre. Read more>>