We asked folks about legacy and what they want people to remember about them. We’ve shared some of those responses below.

Kristin Strother | REALTOR®

I would love to be remembered as someone that always wanted to help. I became a REALTOR 10 years ago because I wanted to help people with one of the biggest decisions of their lives. I truly love people and want to do what I can to help others. There is a Mr. Rogers quote that resonates with me about this. He states, “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.” Read more>>

Lauren Glasco | Resume Writer & Job Interview Coach

I want my legacy to be that I genuinely cared about the wellbeing of others and truly made a difference by inspiring others to tap into their natural talents and abilities. It’s important to me that I be remembered as someone that treated others with respect, exhibited humility and compassion while building relationships and accomplishing something memorable that ultimately helped others to grow personally and professionally. Read more>>

Carla Anderson | Serial Entrepreneur & Mentor

I want my legacy to be that I inspired someone , even if it’s just one person . I want people to remember that I never gave up , I worked hard and chased my dreams until it became reality. I want people to remember “each one teach one “ , I stand by that . Our younger generation need us to lead them in the right direction and I’m here to do my part , while encouraging other entrepreneurs to do the same . I’m a serial entrepreneur, I have several businesses but the one that I love most right now is mentoring .  Read more>>

Christina Alexander-Jiles | The Original Pilla Pusha

I would like my legacy to be that of love. I pour love into everything I create in hopes that that energy transfers to the recipient. I have thought about this question for as long as I can remember. As a little girl I always tried to make people feel loved, appreciated, and accepted. I’m sure that stems from my childhood but for every new kid in class, there I was befriending and trying to ease their anxiety or discomfort. That hasn’t changed much. Read more>>