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.
Leticia Santiago-Jones | Founder/Teacher/Therapist
Legacy building has become paramount the more seasoned I become. Legacy building guides the content of my conversations. I’ve become very intentional about sowing words that will breed life, sow wisdom, encourage, and educate the listener long after I’m gone. Legacy building dictates the relationships that occupy my space. Positive people of any age hungry to grow and evolve. People with the desire to become the best version of themselves. People willing to receive but also willing to give. These humans fire me up and move me to pour into them. Impart lessons from my legacy journey. Read more>>
Rachel Gonzales | Model & Life Insurance Agent
Legacy’s mean different things to different people. For myself, it means leaving a positive influence on the community and others doing what brings them happiness. Education plays a big role in what we learn and who we become. Giving back to the community and being an educational role model are priceless. Life is short, so we should follow our passions (even if it means doing it on the side or part-time). I want people to remember me as the girl that never gave up on her dreams, radiated happiness, and walked with grace. Read more>>
Amber Neal | Celebrity Matchmaker/Comedian/Talk Show Host
That I shifted the culture by curing the divorce rate by teaching singles you must be healthy alone to atttact healthy. Self-love is the best love that leads to the healthy love and that gives you a better chance at being more compatible as a couple and we believe in a strong mental health focus because so many people have to heal those inner child wounds before they are ready to be in a healthy mature relationship that can last. I want my children to be able to say that I’ healed myself and was strong enough with Gods help to end generational curses so that my future grandchildren & beyond don’t have to suffer the things that myself, my mother and her mother went through. I love being Cupid! Read more>>