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

Brandy Boulwen | Certified Business Coach

I think it’s extremely important to know that God is my CEO. I put God above all when it comes to business. Why might you ask? Because he never fails. Simple. Read more>>

Jennifer Chang | Entrepreneur & Financial Analyst

Our legacy will be “I See Why You Like Icy Donuts” will be the slogan to remember for a long long time. Our customers will remember us by our gourmet products, we are the home of the famous breakfast egg rolls, Bacon Fried Rice, Vietnamese ice coffee, smoothies and our amazing customer service. Read more>>

Alexander Wyatt | Baker & Small Business Owner

Leona’s Bakeshop was founded on the love of family, and the belief that what we make with our hands can help create a happy memory in someone else’s life. I hope my legacy is one that promotes positivity, community, and family. Read more>>

Robert Harper II | Minister, Motivational Speaker, Author & Educator

When I think about the word legacy, I automatically think about two words …impact and inspiration. At the end of my life, I hope I’m remembered for not just what I was able to accomplish, but rather what I was able to overcome while in pursuit of the accomplishment. That’s the true measure of a man or woman. I’ve learned that it’s not so much the destination that inspires people, but rather the journey and the path that one takes to get there. I want people to know I had faith in God but more than that I want people to know how that faith was developed. I want others to know my faith grew because In the midst of adversity I decided to trust in the promises of God, when I fully didn’t understand His plan. Read more>>

Sara Speer Selber | Managing Partner QuestEssential

I love everything about this question. I have been held up at gunpoint as well as told that my child would not live to see the age of five. Needless to say, I survived the gunpoint and my son is alive and well and he and his sister and their incredible spouses have brought so much joy into my life. They live in Houston and as such, I am able to be a very hands on and present Bubbie to their children, my grand babies. I suspect more than anything I want to be known as someone that lived her mantra that #momentsmatter and that I chose to #GSD with my moments. My family, which used to be full of grandparents, parents, my brother, aunts, uncles, and cousins is still so important to me. In fact many of us are now experiencing the weddings and babies of the next generation of family and we marvel at all the joy. Read more>>