Check out our most recent features! Legacy Stories will be updated on a bi-weekly basis. Journeys from founders, advocates, youth, and many more. You can expect these stories to be about how ordinary people overcame all the doubts. They overcame their own limitations and extraordinarily decided to do what they wanted to do.
Shah Suhail, Founder of Tactiveo talks to us about the importance of recognizing opportunity. He discusses with us how he first got involved with entrepreneurship and his advice for all the students looking to start their own journey!
Angela Xu, a 3rd year dance major shares her story overcoming adversity of her close ones and the pursuit of her passion. She discusses with us her views on self-motivation, the importance of doing things for yourself, and the value of criticism.
In this weeks feature, Dillon explains to us how small consistent action can lead to massive changes and how he balances school and business as a second year student at the University of Waterloo.
Blacktop Founders give us their complete insight on the most important aspects of how to deal with self-doubt, looking for the right co-founders, and their tips on balancing full time studies with business!
Jonathon De Vela explains to us his journey towards becoming a barber after his graduation from the University of Waterloo and how he took a leap of faith quitting his 9-5 for a chance at becoming a barber’s assistant.
Michelle Estalilla takes us through her journey of calligraphy and how it turned into something much bigger than herself. She reminds us to always celebrate the small victories and emphasizes that the most impact comes from the little things!
Learn about Sarah Sowinski’s and how she turned her hobby for creating jewelry into a fully running business! She shares her insights on her creativity and how she got started!
Learn about how Mylene Tu started FEMinSTEM as an initiative to provide fundamentals for self-growth and career development for females- specifically in STEM fields.
Nathan Tiangson, shares his story and the beginnings of Kindred Culture as a reaction to his first year university experience!