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

Nikki Lewis | Event Coordinator & Serial Entrepeneur

That she never gave up. A lot of times entrepreneurs will have a rough patch and will be ready to throw the towel in. Not me. It took me two complete years to finally learn my low and peak seasons. On year 3 I launched a brand the catered to both. Read more>>

Jelisa Payton | Motivational Speaker & Mental Health Expert

I want to leave a legacy of healing. Being the generational curse breaker of the family I made a conscious choice to do the inner work so that I don’t pass down my pain and unresolved trauma to my son. Four years ago much happened after the birth of my son that made me realize I really didn’t want to spend the rest of my life repeating cycles. Read more>>

Pearl Sanders | Co-Owner of Swolemate Lifestyle LLC, Federal Employee & Full Time Mom and Spouse.

I would like for my legacy to remain positive and about the power of self love. I would love for people to remember my soul, how deeply I was rooted in spreading knowledge to all whom accepted and needed it. How passionate I am and as about watching people grow into their best, truest, purest form without limitations. How I genuinely wished well onto others even if they didn’t wish me the same, how my heart remained pure through all of the trials and tribulations I overcame. Read more>>