We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.

Molly Neyland | Therapist

An anonymous British graffiti artist, known as Banksy, stated, “They say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing, and a second time, a bit later on, when somebody says your name for the last time.” Since I heard this, it has shifted my perspective on what leaving a legacy means. I no longer hold value in wanting people to remember me as a person, my name, and my accomplishments. I have found importance in how my career as a therapist can fulfill the new meaning I have of leaving a legacy. Read more>>

Dominic Stephen | Creative Artist & Entrepreneur

That’s simple. I want to be the greatest to ever do it. That’s with everything in my life. I’m putting 100% into everything I’m doing from creative projects to business endeavors even down to just working out and being healthy. They say how you do one thing is how you do everything so I give it my all. You remember that crazy run Lil Wayne had from 2008 into the 2010’s where he was literally on every song on the radio and everything he did was untouchable? That’s literally what I’m on right now I want to become an unstoppable force. Read more>>

Edward Johnson | Rap artist

I want my legacy to be known to the world that I came from something special through good times and the bad times. And that I was motivated to be who I wanted to be in life I want people to remember me for my music and the way I carried myself through the tough times and finally made it out to something great in life and I did it for myself my family And my close friends Read more>>