Leave a Legacy

November 5, 2009 06:00 PM
 

The following information is bonus material from Top Producer. It corresponds with the article "The Path to Legacy” by Jeanne Bernick. You can find the article on page 26 in the November 2009 issue.
 
 
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Anonymous
3/29/2012 09:20 PM
 

  Nice post. Understanding the true value of a family legacy contributes to a feeling of unity and purpose. Keep in mind that you may already have a head-start on building your own documented family legacy. Photographs are an obvious example, but even things such as recipes, sheet music for songs, family heirlooms and more all serve the purpose of building a family history for future generations of the family to cherish. Money provides some physical security, but it can never truly provide the security of mind that only priceless memories can preserve.

 
 
Anonymous
3/29/2012 09:22 PM
 

  Understanding the true value of a family legacy contributes to a feeling of unity and purpose. Keep in mind that you may already have a head-start on building your own documented family legacy. Photographs are an obvious example, but even things such as recipes, sheet music for songs, family heirlooms and more all serve the purpose of building a family history for future generations of the family to cherish. Money provides some physical security, but it can never truly provide the security of mind that only priceless memories can preserve.

 
 
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