A few weeks ago I was sitting with two very dear friends talking about Fear It Goes. Knowing me for almost twenty years, Andrew asked my what I wanted to achieve with this blog and all else that will be a part of Fear It Goes. I realized I hadn’t really shared that with you through the previous posts. Instead, I’ve written about things that interest me.
So, this is the story of the inception of Fear It Goes and why I not only want to do this but feel I must achieve this goal. This is the legacy I want to leave.
This summer I went to a three-day business conference. Each day was packed with inspiring speakers on multiple topics. These are only a few. Sam Crowley spoke about podcasting and how we have a message to share. Croix Sather spoke of the many challenges and triumphs he faced running across America. Thomas Bahler spoke of his life as a musician, music producer and how life can offer you hard experiences to gift you wonderful new lives. Teresa de Grosbois spoke...
Leave the legacy you can be proud of.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to leave a legacy? What would it be? Would you make a positive impact on other peoples life? Would you make an imprint on history?
I must admit, Albert Einstein is one of my favorite people in history. He was humble, he was fun, he was a genius. Yet, was judged at a young age as someone that wouldn’t amount to much. What would our lives have been without his contributions?
Legacy has meant different things to me over time. For most of my early life the term legacy meant a monetary gift left to those we care about by those in a better financial position. Its strange. I plan these gifts with clients regularly and though this can be a part of legacy, inheritance is wonderful, I’ve come to see legacy as in the bigger picture of life.
This summer, while at a business conference, my limited notion took new form. A speaker by the name of Thomas Bahler spoke of his life experiences. If you have...
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