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Life Legacy: A Core Focal Point for Your Next Fifty

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It’s about your Life Legacy Grandparent Decisions … You’re entering or find yourself in your Next Fifty (Second Fifty, Second Act, Third Act). You’re not ready for the view from the porch. You have some things to do, places to be, emotions to feel, stories to share. You have items on your To Be List […]

Life Legacy Story and Argument

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A good story and a well-formed argument arise from different modes of thought. Here is a short connective post explaining the difference. Your Life Legacy has both. Two Modes of Thought by Jerome Bruner re: Story and Argument Full credit to Brain Pickings (https://www.brainpickings.org/2016/01/20/jerome-bruner-actual-minds-possible-worlds-storytelling/) for this post … Based on Jerome Bruner’s (b. October 1, 1915) insights. He […]

Defining Legacy Four Branches Four Questions

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Defining Legacy, Its 4 Branches and 4 Important Questions About Living From Your Legacy In defining legacy here is a start: Legacy is the useful “whats” you gift others so they can learn something from your lived experience. Those “whats” express the “time, effort and money contributions” you’ve made by taking action, staying active, remaining […]

Life Legacy National Hugging Day

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Contributing to Your Life Legacy: It’s Happy National Hugging Day!  From a life legacy perspective hugs are aWELLsome! You either fall into one of two camps when it comes to the great physical expression that is hugging; you either can’t get enough or them, or you will do anything possible to avoid them. But the […]

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