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.
Paul & Julianne Daniells | Professional Ballroom Dance Instructors & Studio Owners
The best legacy for DanceWise Dance Studio is for people to remember their time dancing with DanceWise as truly enjoyable in a professional, friendly, encouraging atmosphere where they could forget their troubles and couldn’t help but smile. We would love people to remember DanceWise as a fun and welcoming place where we are serious about our dancing but committed to providing each of our clients with the best experience possible! It would mean the world to us at DanceWise if anyone who visited our studio could take any dance knowledge we provided to them and “pay-it-forward” to the dancing world at large. Read more>>
Dr. Ronald Peacock, Jr. | Physical Therapist
To understand my desires, I must briefly explain what legacy means to me. By definition, a legacy can refer to a monetary sum left by an individual following their death. It can also refer to individual accomplishments, impact and resources left to any number of individuals. But the latter of these definitions doesn’t exist in the dictionary. It’s almost as if it is a slang interpretation. It appears as if society measures legacy on a monetary level. Read more>>
I want my legacy to be joy. I want people to say that I always put a smile on their face when I was around. I love when someone sees my balloon creations and their face lights up. Read more>>