Manage episode 269422515 series 2445206
My son’s archery coach was very sick and my son wrote him a letter letting him know how much my son liked him as a coach and mentor, about how his helpfulness and encouragement made my son feel and how much he was going to be missed. I was told that this letter touched the man very deeply. He had a huge impact on my son and he was leaving a wonderful legacy.
So–What words would your friends use to describe you? What words would your family use? Your business partners?
This month consider what legacy you are leaving to those around you.
Is your impact something that you can be proud of?
Are your behaviours aligned with your values and beliefs?
What do people think of when they think of you?
So Here are today’s Hot Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating What Will Be Your Legacy Month:
Some of the legacies that I have been gratefully left…
Financial responsibility – I watch my parents work hard to make ends meet on the family farm. Money was to be used wisely and decisions weighed against needs and wants.
Strong work ethic – They taught me that to get what you want you have to work hard and be persistent.
Community – I watched both my grandparents and parents volunteer at the church and the local chamber. I saw how they pitched in when other’s in the community needed their help. I learned that we have a responsibility to those around us and we help out when we can.
Consider the legacy that you have been left.
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