We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.
Jessica Bargenquast | Founder
I want to leave thousands of successful women who inspire other women. When women see each other succeed and we support each other along the way we can make a real impact in our communities and in the world. Read more>>
D’Lisa Shayn | Master Esthetician & Owner Salon
The quote from Maya Angelou “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel” always stays with me when it comes to my business. My motto has always been “Everyone deserves to be pampered.” I try to make sure that anyone who walks through the doors of Salon D’ Shayn feels special and important. That doesn’t just go for the guests but staff as well. When it comes to the legacy I have been creating, it is all about taking care of people. For me money has never been the driving source of why I do what I do. Of course I want to make money but I realized years ago when I stopped thinking about it and worrying about it the abundance flowed. That allowed me to put my energy towards the happiness of our clients and staff. I truly care about people leaving my establishment and feeling like they just had the best day. Read more>>
Tina Louise Seitz | Holistic Skincare & Wellness Expert
I believe we begin to build a legacy only when we change our focus from Personal Success to how may I serve, a legacy is not a legacy unless it touches the generations that follow us. My daily practice I strive to Live by the Mantra of “how may I serve?” I trust the flow of the opportunities that are presented before me, only in the hopes that I could make a difference and Love was felt through my actions or words. Read more>>