Defining Legacy Four Branches Four Questions

Defining legacy

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 healthy and giving back.

Legacy is about living today based on intentions from the future.

And yes, you leave “things” when you pass along. However, the things you leave are less important than why and how you live.

3 Generations

Legacy is about the moments you share with family, friends, work colleagues and your community.

It’s about the decisions you make to live your great life, create well-living workplaces and co-create the well-living world.

It’s about the mistakes you made, the lessons learned and how you got back into the game of life.

It’s about your resilience and resourcefulness in fully expressing your freedom and fun.

Your legacy unfolds in four ways or like four branches of a sturdy tree.

The 4 Branches of Legacy

Life Legacy – about living your great life in ways that demonstrate being YOU for the world … learn more: Life Legacy

Leadership Legacy – about managing and leading others in full expression of their lives especially grandparents with grandchildren … learn more: Leadership Legacy

Legal Legacy – about maintaining the lawful and financial requirements of your life and business … learn more: Legal Legacy

Literacy Legacy – about the areas of life through which you put yourself on the spot to share your purpose, power and process … learn more: Literacy Legacy

4 Branches of the Legacy Tree

Use all letters in the crown of the tree
to identify the 4 branches of legacy.

 As YOU Live From Your Legacy consider these questions …

  1. What Life Legacy values do you express as a world resident? as a community resident? at work? at home?
  2. Who is one person who demonstrates Leadership Legacy values you appreciate? What are the two most important values you associate with this person? Why are these values important to you? How do you express these values in your life today?
  3. What Legal Legacy actions can you take today to live from your legacy?
  4. How do you step up into courage, risk, accountability and helping others on a Literacy Legacy basis?

“Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.” — Shannon L. Alder

Legacy is for giving! Legacy is in you to share!

Appreciate your comments and stories as well.

Make it a wellthy day …

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