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.
Maxwell Pierce | Bass Player
The legacy I want to leave behind is simple, kindness. I don’t want statues erected depictiong great achievements, books written about me, or any of that. In a perfect situation, I’d like my colleagues in the music industry to remember me for being easy-going and talented, someone they could count on. For my family, I would want them to remember me for the great love story my wife and I share and the unparalleled love for my daughter. Read more>>
LaRon Santiago | Musician & Entrepreneur
I want my legacy to be, that I was a very visual person & always tried to stay original with my ideas & was very creative with my work, I want people to remember me as a hard working individual, that always tried to challenge myself ,break barriers & help others achieve their goals Read more>>
LaQuinta Davis | The architect of Curves, international designer
I want my legacy to be a restoration of power, strength, grace and boldness to the plus woman. A legacy that shows us as women of power, tenacity, femininity and appeal. A legacy of fashion forward trendsetters. I want to be remembered as a voice for plus women through fashion, as a visionary, a conversation starter. I want to be remembered for my bold choice and my ability to make the plus woman feel sexy, powerful and truly seen. I want people to remember me for the changes I’ve strived to make in the plus fashion world; the innovation I’ve brought to the table and my love and passion for the plus community and it’s place in fashion. Read more>>