My Legacy of Love
What steps can you take today to be prepared for the future?
We all know that one day we will die, but no one ever wants to talk about it. It’s the biggest “I don’t want to talk about it” topic there is.
The truth is, someday it will happen.
The last people on earth that you want to suffer are your family, right? That’s why you don’t want to talk about it.
You don’t want the think about them suffering, and they don’t want to think about what life would be like without you, so we just don’t talk about it.
Did you know that by not talking about it, they will suffer more?
And, you don’t really have to have a formal conversation. You can gather all of your pertinent information and keep it together in one location, then all you have to say is “If anything ever happens to me, you will find everything you need right here.” and show them where your stuff is.
That’s a lot easier than trying to tell them everything anyway and no one has to take notes or try to remember what you said years from now. All they need to remember is that everything is all in one place and where that place is.
But what information do you need?
Following is a list of the items that you need to pull together. You may already have some of these items in a safe deposit box, but who knows which bank and where the key is? And banks are only open during business hours, so it’s always a good idea to have a set of copies at home, where your family can find them quickly.
I suggest you put all this information in one drawer or organizer and label it “My Legacy of Love”.
Get the 12 Steps Guide to the documentation you need to gather. CLICK HERE
Experts agree, this is one of the most precious gifts you can leave for your family. Gathering all this information may be time consuming, but it is a true labor of love. They may not appreciate it now, but in the days following your death, your family will see the value and feel your thoughtfulness and love.
Now I need to ask you . . . If you could participate in a structured workshop and compile this gift completely and thoroughly , would you? Imagine knowing that all of the information your family will need is neatly organized in one place, taking a lot of stress off of them in their deepest grief. Most everyone agrees that they will get around to doing this someday, but sadly, in most cases, it never gets completed.
That’s why I have created a systematic process to help you get this done. Click here to LEARN MORE.