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.
Loren Howard | Founder and President of Prime Plus Mortgages | Hard Money Loans Arizona.
My legacy is one of the most important drivers for me, and I want my legacy to be inspiring to people. I want my legacy to be that you can work hard, fail and be successful, and be a great person. I want to be remembered about how much i gave back, and the different ways I shaped and touched people lives. I believe that with hard work and kindness you can make yourself into any person you want to be and be a force for good. Read more>>
Joshua Francis | Entrepreneur & Visionary
I want people to remember it was never about the attention or fame. It was about the love of the art, and the culture. It was about inspiring people like me to believe they can do it the legal way. It was about progressing and learning in life. Being someone people can look to for inspiration and guidance. It was always about the lasting legacy. Read more>>
Cherie Wagner | Speaker, Author, and Women’s Ministry Leader
I recently lost my father-in-law to cancer, and it has given me such a deeper perspective on life…how fleeting it is and what is most important versus what is urgent. When I think about the legacy that he has left to us and all who knew him, I am so grateful to have been a recipient of his love. He loved God, and he loved others well. If people could remember anything about me, hands down it would be these two things: that I loved Jesus with everything that I had, and that I loved others well. I can’t think of a single thing more important or more urgent in this life than those two things. I’ve heard it said that people will often forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel. If I live my life following in the footsteps of Jesus—living and loving just as He did—then I will be loving others well because that is exactly what He did. When people think of Cherie Wagner, my hope is that they will see Jesus and be reminded of how much He loves them. Read more>>