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.
Janjay Innis | Founder, The Africa Expo
I want to be remembered for fostering connections among people and building a beloved community. Read more>>
Munchies | producer and studio engineer
I want to be remembered as Munchies the Producer who is a hard working and dedicated young man that help other’s get back on their feet and opened new doors. I consistently saw life in a particular disposition and it took me an extended way. I made myself comfortable in the awkward conditions which assisted me with forming into the individual i’m presently. I gained from quite a while ago, developed from before, and permitted God to utilize it for His greatness! It was the referring to and gaining from my past that lead me to reason! At the point when you give up the seat of power of your life to Christ, Your life starts to shift and blessings start to come. Read more>>
Tony Chetta | Music Producer
This journey of pursuing an entrepreneurial, creative career has always been about inspiring other people for me. On one hand, this does serve as a great intrinsic motivator because it requires you to work up to a level that is something worth being inspired by. But in the bigger picture, I have always been very aware and beyond appreciative of the family members, friends, and mentors I’ve come into contact with who have either directly or indirectly inspired me to take risks, pursue passion over security, and to never settle with what is “good enough.” Read more>>