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.
Latoya Dixon Smith | Engineer-Turned-Boudoir Photographer, Sex Doula, and Feminine Embodiment Coach
I want my legacy to show what’s possible for a woman when she begins to show up for herself, validate herself, stay laser-focused on her goals, and moves like she’s worthy and deserving. I want women to always remember who they are because I modeled staying true to and trusting myself. There is nothing more powerful than a woman who knows her value and takes action like she knows it. Read more>>
Lequawn James | Nurse Practitioner and CEO of Gentle Giant Care LLC
I want my legacy to be that I was the hardest working person they have ever known, that I never cut corners, I did things the right way, that I taught them that anything is possible with hardwork and consistency, as well as believing in yourself. I want people to remember how I went above and beyond for all of my patients, how I strived for excellence, how I worked countless hours to make sure my patients are taken care of, to make my patients feel like a person, not a number. I want people to remember how much I care about them, how much I care about what I do, and how I was indeed their Gentle Giant. Read more>>
Michael Swift | Photographer,Graphic Designer, and Music producer
fair and conducted himself respectfully and genuinely. VERY transparent and have a real open honesty about life and the people who have come in and out of it. Consistent and always available and will sacrifice my last if it would keep another person afloat. Read more>>