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.

Melanie Villeneuve | Owner & Lead Creative

Legacy is not something that gets a lot of airtime in entrepreneurial circles, or at least in the ones that I’ve cruised through. Yet it is something that has been keenly in the forefront of my mind in the past few years. Urtica Design is structured around two simple ideas. The first is raising up a stronger, more resilient community of businesses through strategy and design. The second is doing good while we do good work. Read more>>

Carolyn Williams | Gym Owner & Trainer

I want to leave a legacy that defeats all the odds that were set against me and the generations to come from me. I want to leave a legacy that reaches to youth everywhere to go after the desires of their hearts, and adults everywhere that it’s never too late. I desire for people to remember that they had a safe place in me and a place where they were made to feel good and confident about themselves. I want people to remember that I pushed through to show that there is a way to accomplish what you desire, no matter what the circumstances are. Read more>>

Karen Montgomery | Life and Health Insurance Expert

When I think of the concept of my legacy I think about the impact I will have on future generations of my family and the difference I can make in the lives of my friends, co workers and other acquaintances I meet along my journey. For my family, I want to continue the inspiration my grandparents began by starting their own businesses and leveraging their resources to provide better living, educational opportunities and positive life experiences for their children and grandchildren. To everyone else, I want to leave the feeling of excitement and possibility in creating their hearts desires. I want to be known for bridging the gap to dreams actually coming true instead of just wishing and hoping they come true. Read more>>