5 Ways of Leaving a Legacy
We all want to be remembered. Even if you bequeath a financial inheritance to your family, most of what we leave behind are memories. A life well lived will be how you are remembered by those around you. The actions and choices you make from now will help define what your legacy will be. Here are 5 ways of leaving a legacy.
A Timeless Thanksgiving Tradition
One of the most wonderful times of the year, where family, friends, and traditions are celebrated and revered, is here. One tradition that has transcended generations is Macy’s parade in New York City. Since the first march in 1924, the parade has captivated audiences and become synonymous with the start of the holiday season.
So, You’ve Retired. What’s Next?
If retirement is just around the corner, congratulations! After years of hard work, you have reached the third phase of your life when your time will It is an opportunity to start new projects allowing for continued personal growth and maintained mental health. Writing a memoir is a truly enjoyable, and often cathartic, exercise and a great gift for family
LifeTime Event: Alan Beckett The Moat House Acton Trussell
With incredible generosity, LifeTime Memoirs author Alan Beckett arranged an event to celebrate his LifeTime project and promote the LifeTime experience in the Staffordshire area. He invited his project team, and LifeTime founder Roy, to speak and to have an exquisite lunch with 120 of his close friends and associates.
LifeTime Memoirs, a Lasting Legacy – Dreaming a Nation
Dreaming a Nation, which follows the life of Sir Frederick Smith and charts the independence of Barbados, was produced by LifeTime Memoirs for Sir Frederick’s family and the book is also available to buy via Amazon. This fascinating memoir has gotten raving reviews which we would like to share with you.
The very first LifeTime memoir: Jules Moëd, Life is for sharing
Jules talks about his memoir and the story behind the title "Life is for sharing". “I wasn’t too ambitious, I decided that life was for living. I didn’t work too late or come in too early. I had a nice business, I didn’t have sleepless nights, and I just ran a business. I didn’t make big profits but enough to live on and I was happy that way.”
Precious Memories and Cherished Values
What do we really know about our grandparents and parents? A comment I hear so often is: “I know so little about my grandparents and even my own parents’ lives. What made them the people they became and what choices did they have to make in their lives?” When I read my mother's memoir as an adult I understood where the root of her anger stemmed from.
Story that will transcend death’s divide
On the plus side, Grant Branton lives in a beautiful house with a view of Brighton's seafront from his front door. The less good news is that he has terminal cancer and is not sure how long he has to live. Instead of feeling sorry for himself, he has found his own special way of fighting back. He is writing his autobiography.
What’s Your Legacy? Tell Your Amazing Story with LifeTime
When I began this review, all I had was a white box that said: “You´re Amazing”. It took me a little longer than usual to figure out what this was all about. It was only when I saw the end result, that I was able to fully appreciated how meaningful and personal this luxurious gift, a memoir, is for anyone.