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.

Cecil Tso | Owner & In-House Producer / Recording Engineer / DJ at Fang Over Fist Records

That I pushed for Independent Hip-Hop, and Indigenous Music in a town that isn’t sure what to think of any of it from a business stand point. Read more>>

Tyler Larsen | Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Instructor

I would like my legacy to live on through my teaching of martial arts. Teaching martial arts has not only gave me a direction in life but has changed my life in many positive ways. It has taught me structure, discipline and accountability. I am lucky enough to be someone who gets to do what they love everyday for a living. Ethos Martial Arts is my business but my home away from home as well. Read more>>

Lucky Leftie | Kulture city ceo/owner

Simple That I was a dream chaser and despite all the odds stacked up against me I still made it a lot of people we’re I’m from not that lucky to make it out Chicago and plus I built my brand and business from the ground up and last but not least gotta leave something for my kids so our family name can live on there always been my goal to help others and put my people in position to win Read more>>

Trisha Whitworth | Photographer

I want people to remember how I made them feel. My goal always is to empower women, to remind them that they are important, should be made a priority, worth investing in, that they are sexy even though they are mothers or in their 50’s, that being sexy is not a negative thing, that it’s actually really life changing for women to embrace such an important side of them. I want my daughters to see that I did not sit down as I got older, that I rose up, and I brought other women up with me. I want them to see that I was not intimidated by other women’s beauty and success, but that I helped them see it in themselves and celebrated it with them. I want my legacy to be that I changed the narrative and helped women rediscover their true selves. Read more>>