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.

Jenifer Kramer | Licensing and Promotions Consultant

I want people to remember me as a good person – honest, fair, genuine and decent. Interestingly, when I named my company, Jenerosity Marketing, I didn’t realize that generosity was core to my being; but, over time it became clear to me that the name wasn’t an accident. My company’s tagline is “We go above and beyond…” and this is something to which I try to adhere consistently. Read more>>

Annette Hoegner | Wedding Planner & Evox Practitioner

I would like my legacy to be that I stood up for what was right even if it wasn’t the popular thing to do. I try to be the best I can be without stepping on others to get there. I pride myself on being fair and honest and not worrying about finishing first. Having a good character and loving others makes me successful. Read more>>

Max Presneill | Artist & Curator

My essential thesis in my painting has always been about an awareness of my own mortality so this question strikes the deepest chord with me. I am concerned with legacy – in my art and in my actions as part of the wider artistic community. By founding and co-founding various organizations over the years – BLOC, Raid Projects, ARTRA, Durden and Ray, in particular – the core principal has always been in answer to this question: how do we support artists? This is where a legacy sits. It is why some people will remember you, hopefully with love. My time here has left me with the self-awareness enough to know that despite being opinionated, headstrong and sometimes blunt, I have genuinely attempted to be a positive moment in the lives of others. What I hope people will remember is this: 1. That I contributed to the success of others and was generous of spirit, with my time, connections and knowledge. Read more>>

Kristina Li | Certified Nutrition Specialist & Pharmacist

My outlook on life was heavily influenced by my health being stripped away at a young age unexpectedly. It made me realize how fleeting life can be and that each day of life should be treasured. I haven’t yet figured out exactly what I would want my legacy to be. But whatever it manifests into, I hope it will be a positive influence and guide people to live their life to the fullest. I’m just an ordinary person like anyone else. And there is nothing wrong with being ordinary. But being ordinary does not mean incapable of doing extraordinary things. Every person you meet, conversation you have, idea you have, etc should be seen as an opportunity that could make your life more fulfilled. I hope when those who knew me hear my name that they remember someone who was a caring friend and supportive confidant. That I created a safe space where anyone could share anything, never be judged, and never feel alone. Read more>>