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.
Erin Schalk | Artist, Writer, Educator, and Creative Entrepreneur
I believe there is the legacy we feel we should leave as artists, and this can change from year to year. When asked this question 5 or 6 years ago, I would have responded with a stock answer such as being invited to the Venice Biennale or becoming a New York Times bestselling or Pulitzer Prize winning author. To be clear – if these or similar accolades befell me, I would be thrilled! Yet, I am now mature enough to know that the measure of my creative work, in terms of quality and positive impact, is not contingent on external recognition alone. Read more>>
Patrice Weaver | Screenwriter & Film/TV Script Editor
One thing I believe people would remember about me is that no matter what hurdles I came across or how big the storm… I kept going. My dream of being a successful TV writer and Showrunner was never crushed. I was able to tell powerful stories that people can relate to or live through vicariously, while encouraging people to never give up on their happiness. That is the legacy I want to leave behind. Read more>>
Mia Viva | Spiritual Alignment Coach
Shout out to Alignment! Legacy is the 3rd pillar in my 3-month coaching program! My legacy will include impact. My mission is to help heal 1 million bloodlines worldwide and that’s even on the small end. Healing for the sake of self but also for the future generations is what guides me and it comes through in my work. I want my legacy to reach 6, 7, 8+ generations in the future of people who credit their predecessors, who were my clients or impacted by me in some way, to their greatness and happiness. Read more>>