Changing from Valuables to VALUES - An Introduction to Legacy Letters -- October 9th [DATE CHANGED due to BIG RAIN from 10/2] - 8:30-10:30 AM - (near Streets at Southpoint mall in Durham)
A Legacy Letter, also called an Ethical Will, shares your values, beliefs, and life lessons – the essence of who you are – with your family, friends, and future generations who may never meet you. It bequeaths your values instead of your valuables, and is becoming increasingly attractive to today’s “Greatest Generation” and their Baby Boomer children.
A Legacy Letter is typically between two and ten pages, although it can be as short as a paragraph or as long as a book. Whatever length or format, your Legacy Letter will most certainly become a cherished keepsake. One of her favorite descriptions of a Legacy Letter is “a love letter from the voice of your heart.”
During her presentation, Katrina Solomon will explore the topics of legacy and Legacy Letters, as well as facilitate several exercises that can start you on the journey of writing your own legacy letter.After several years exploring various facets of legacy, Katrina Solomon became a Certified Legacy Navigator* in 2015. Prior to founding A Personal Legacy (learn about her in her Legacy Letter there), she was a professional organizer and personal productivity coach for 15 years. Katrina has also held marketing, staff and management positions at IBM and was a stay-at-home mom for several years. Her three books, The Big Rocks First, How My Dishwasher Turned into a Lexus, and Multitasking Makes You Stupid, are available on Amazon.com. Katrina lives in Greensboro.
For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).