Lizzy Guido: I Have A Strong Desire To Write My Own Story
“I have a super, super, super strong desire to always write my own story. The more I learn about myself, about the environment in which I was raised, in the environment which all of us are raised in as Americans, the more I have learned that many of these environments were built so that I was never aware that someone else was writing my own story. I believe that I’m about a third of the way through my story. I’m figuring out like who that person will be in the rest of the two thirds of the story. I have this thing I say to myself, that if today was the last day, was there anything you hadn’t done yet? And I want that answer to always be no. I want the answer to always be, that I have used my time on this planet for some reason.”– Lizzy Guido
Lizzy Guido is one of the most kind, genuine people you’ll meet. She has a deep love for humanity and using her talents to change the world around her on a micro and macro level. She wants to leave the world better than she found it.
At least, that’s how I would describe Lizzy.
When I asked Lizzy how she would answer the question “who are you”, we chatted about the crucial question she asks herself every day, her desire to open a local community movie theater, and the importance of partners catching each other when they fall in a relationship.