We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.

Phaidra Boyd | Tutor & Dreamer/Planner

I am a teacher. I am a helper. I want to be remembered as a person who, not only imbues my students with confidence, but gives them tools to excel both in and out of the classroom. I want my legacy to be one of excellence. I want kids to stand taller, walk straighter, participate more in class, and think clearer. I want them to be better off because I was given the privilege of working with them. Read more>>

Young Bam100 | Artist/Songwriter

To be a prosperous, long lived journey that can inspire to create & motivate people within this generation and beyond. Of course I would want people to remember me for the music I create, but more so of the person behind the music who exudes integrity, dedication, & authenticity. Read more>>

Samantha Banks | CO-Founder of Financial ID Capital and Creator of Wife Mommy CEO

I want my legacy to be for my children to pick up where I left off and not get it out of the mud. That includes an inheritance for my children and assets. I want to be remembered for teaching other families how to leave a legacy for theirs. Read more>>

Cathy Webb | Women’s Empowerment Author & Speaker

When we hear a person’s name, we typically recall a few values or ideals they represented, or goals they accomplished that created a new pathway for others. Or something that leaves a footprint for generations to learn from and continue growing and expanding upon. For me, I would love to be remembered as someone whose life and actions demonstrated living out the concept of personal freedom by encouraging females to just be… By this, I mean creating, living according to, and never downplaying their own standards for how they represent themselves in this time and space known as Life. It is our mission to identify, use, and amplify our voices in every opportunity; even when we believe no one is listening, no one cares, or we have no idea what to say. Read more>>