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How to leave a legacy that will last

Blog Posts: Headline: How to Leave a Legacy That Will Last


Everyone wants to leave a legacy behind. But what does that mean, exactly? And how do you go about creating a legacy that will last?

In this blog post, we'll discuss the importance of legacy planning and how you can get started. We'll also provide some tips on how to create a legacy that will be meaningful to you and your loved ones.

What is legacy planning?

Legacy planning is thinking about and planning for what you want to leave behind after you die. This can include your material possessions, financial assets, and intangible assets, such as your memories, values, and wisdom. Not just leave behind, but what you want to continue to accomplish after you're no longer in the physical world.

Why is legacy planning important?

There are many reasons why legacy planning is important. For one, it can help you ensure that your wishes are carried out after you die. It can also help you reduce stress and anxiety about the future. And it can help you connect with your loved ones, friends, and those who valued knowing you or following you.

How to start planning your legacy

There are many different ways to start planning your legacy. Here are a few tips to get you started:

Think about what you want to leave behind. What are your values? What are your passions? What are your hopes and dreams for the future? Or the people who follow you if you have a following.

Start collecting and organizing your memories. This could include physical photos, videos, letters, music, recordings, and social media content. Start digitizing what is not already digital content to add to the digital assets you already have, on your phone, or online.

Write a personal memoir. This is a great way to share your life story with your loved ones and preserve your memories for future generations. Make a list of questions surrounding you that will outline your childhood, places, dates, learning, career, love, friends, family, goals, dreams, triumphs, or tragedies that make you uniquely you.

Create a legacy page. Places like provide a place and space for you to build out your legacy over time, or create one for someone you know, love, or care about and want to be remembered.

Donate to charity or help fundraise. This is a great way to give back to the world and to leave a lasting impact, or ongoing impact on the causes you care about. Rember your legacy can keep teaching, learning, and providing history to those not born yet.

Legacy planning is a personal journey that can be as unique as you are. There is no right or wrong way to do it. The most important thing is to start thinking about it and to take steps to create a legacy that will be meaningful to you, your loved ones, friends, and others.

If you're ready to start planning your legacy, many resources are available to help you. You can find books, articles, and websites that can provide you with more information. You can also talk to a financial advisor or a lawyer who can help you with the legal and financial aspects of legacy planning.

The most important thing is to start the conversation and to take action. Your legacy is waiting for you to create it. Reach out to us here at for help and we’ll help provide you with more resources.

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