Top 10 Quotes About Leaving a Legacy

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For the past few weeks, I've started on a new fiction book that centers around leaving a legacy. In my research on the subject, I’ve found many different viewpoints and experiences. Some of them are best conveyed with quotations. Here are a few of my favorites… I am convinced that the greatest legacy we can leave our children are happy memories: those precious moments so … [Read more...]

How to Leave a Legacy That Will Outlive You


I ran into an interesting quote over the weekend that made me stop and think. I am a goal setting person by nature and I always try to have at least one major impact goal going at all times. It’s what drives me to get out of bed in the morning. Many of these goals are personal goals. Over the past few years I’ve had many including… Run a 5k Compete in a … [Read more...]

How To Anticipate The Future


In today’s post I want to take you through the process of anticipation. This is the second principle in the book, Flash Foresight by Daniel Burrus. We’ll take a look at our proposed Relevant Light Seminar through the eyes of an audience member and try and anticipate their reaction to our stage play. How to Anticipate the Future To set the stage, the stage play takes place … [Read more...]

What Do You Know For Certain?

I’ve been reading a fascinating book by Daniel Burrus, called Flash Foresight, and decided to take his seven principles of insight and apply them to a personal development seminar that I’ve thought about creating. Today, I want to take you through the first principle in his series… Start with certainty (use hard trends to see what’s coming). Daniel makes the point in his book … [Read more...]

Relevant Light: The Experience


In my last post, I talked about creating a personal development seminar called Relevant Light. In this seminar, which starts on a Friday night, audience members are taken on a journey to the end of their lives, and shown how life choices will affect their Legacy. Through a vivid stage play, taking place in the garage of the deceased, viewers are shown what will endure and what … [Read more...]