We asked folks about legacy and what they want people to remember about them. We’ve shared some of those responses below.

Kori Nicole | Influencer, Entrepreneur, & Content Creator

I want my legacy to simply be that if I can do it, you can do it too. That is the mantra that I live by each day and that is what I want to pass down to the generations that come after me. Since I was a little girl I have always dreamed big and wanted to do so many things. A lot of people will tell you that there is no way you will be able to successfully do multiple things and that you should just focus on one thing. I have to disagree. I think you should do whatever makes you happy. And if that means running four businesses, a YouTube channel, and a podcast (like me), then so be it. Life is short and we should not waste time just hoping and dreaming about things. Read more>>

Jabarri Bradley | Audio Engineer, Singer/Songwriter, Producer

I want my legacy to leave an imprint on the world through music and visual arts. I want people to remember me as the singer/songwriter/engineer that created a unique ecosystem for creatives such as artists, songwriters, singers, rappers, and etc. An ecosystem that creates high quality art and brings the listeners and viewers in a world they never have been before. Where quality is more valued than quantity. I want people to remember as being the one that helped a lot of artists and creatives to enhance their sound and art to the next level Read more>>

Tyria McCorkle | Owner, Drug testing center and clinical laboratory

The impact that we are making and the initiative to bring accurate testing across the board. Read more>>

Peyton Magee | Publisher/Editor of the Loch Lomond Gazette

I want my legacy to be focused on community, and all the people I brought together. I hope to provide a safe and comfortable place where people can help each other. People should learn something new from each newsletter that I publish and I hope they see the newsletter as having a deep emotional side, and a fun enjoyable side. I want my legacy not to be focused on something I created, but on improving the community as a whole. As my mission statement says, my main goals are to build a stronger community and spread a positive influence. Read more>>

Sabrina Dixon | Advocate for Alzheimers Disease

I want my legacy to be my faith and my strength. I believe they are one in the same for me. I was born with the odds stacked against me. I used every brick thrown at me to keep stepping up. God had kept me through so much. He has given me strength to endure every obstacle. My Faith in Him keeps me going. I want people to know that even when I wanted to give up I kept going. I want people to believe in Him through me. Know that even when you can’t trace Him in your situation, just Trust Him. Read more>>

William Alston | A&R

I want my legacy to be helping others achieve greatness when no one else would. Alot of people say they want to help or pretend they want to help but when u reach out for help there 👻 I strive to bring value to anyone I encounter. Either through finances or from life experiences. I want to be remembered as a man who was never selfish the only way to become a true Boss is to put others around u in position to win so that’s what I strive to do. I want people to feel me through music, everything I touch Musically if u know me for real u can feel me through it. That’s my legacy Read more>>