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Crafting Great Life

Read These Three Books to Live Extraordinary Experiences As you enter your next fifty are you thinking and talking about wellness, happiness, fulfillment and giving back – about living a great life? If yes … these topics are about YOUR wellth creation. If no – why not? A Great Life is a wellthy life where wellth refers […]

Life Leadership Legacy at Work

Work-Related Life Leadership Legacy You self identify as an executive, manager or entrepreneur … You’re living your Next Fifty … And you’re wondering what’s next? One question worth asking now: How you will use your lived experience for the betterment of your workplace, the community, the world. If You’re Still in the Workplace The question in the picture to the left excites a challenge […]

Next Fifty Marketplace

Next Fifty Marketplace legacy

The Next Fifty Marketplace is open for your contributions. Whether you are a mentor, facilitator, elder, business owner, entrepreneur, manager-leader, employee, grandparent, parent decide today to fully express your Life Leadership Legacy. In doing so you see, feel and experience freedom, fulfillment and fun. In the Next Fifty Marketplace you can … Move from living as an […]

Fully Express Your Literacy Legacy

Ten Literacy Spheres of Life … Weaving Them Together to Fully Express Your Literacy Legacy Your literacy and legacy are forever woven together. They are inseparable as they are essential to every idea you share, every step you take, every experience you loverage – love to leverage. At its core, Literacy Legacy is about ethically expressing and […]

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 […]

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