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.
Brandi Bigley | Comic. Actor. Singer. Spinster
I’m hoping folx will remember I was a funny and kind person. I don’t have kids so I may have to hire people to remember me. I’ll start a GoFundMe for that soon. Read more>>
Lauren Waterman | Small Business
1) My first thought was how much I wanted to be independent. I really wanted to start working for myself instead of someone else. 2) We really do work 24/7. If we’re not drawing or coming up with new ideas, we are taking photos for Instagram or videos for Tiktok. We’re making sure all of our receipts and invoices are together for tax time. We really do everything ourselves. Read more>>
Mackenzie Collier | Owner and Founder of Mackenzie Collier Interiors, Business Coach for Interior Designers
I want my legacy to be that I made space for a more diverse crowd in the interior design world. Traditionally, interior design is reserved for the few wealthy elite. It is common in the industry to see wealthy people both provide and receive design services. While we do work with large projects and high-end clientele, we also prioritize offering more financially attainable services that benefit everyday working people. We are able to offer exceptional design services at reasonable price points by utilizing years of our accumulated data to overhaul the design process for maximum efficiency and effectiveness. Read more>>