You don’t have to be rich or famous (or dead) to leave a Legacy. And they aren’t all about money.
Robb will show you the joy and benefit of creating your Legacies when you’re young and healthy.
After looking at Legacy and Time, Ego, Religion, Sex, Money… Robb shows how to create Legacies with your values and signature strengths. You’ll find yourself saying “Wow. That gives me an idea!”
With an easy writing style, and many stories, Robb shows how to create Legacies tiny to large, Legacies that will put a smile on your face, enhance lives now, and will continue to positively affect others when you say goodbye. ‘Happy’ isn’t leaving a Legacy; it’s LIVING your Legacies!
No, Legacies aren’t for dead people. They’re for those of us who want to lead rich, happy, connected and meaningful lives – Now!
This book is your start.
A very good, punchy read. I enjoyed doing the self-evaluation (values, skills, talents), and know that creating my legacy now – big or small – is excellent advice.
I couldn’t believe how it caught my interest. You explained how beneficial our Legacies would be to future generations and how to get started. It’s easy to read with a humorous touch, great stories, and a sense of urgency. A terrific book.
…a thoughtful and heartfelt exploration of the importance of making your Legacy an important consideration in your everyday life.
This book is packed with insights, humour and practical guidance that will help you craft your personal Legacy and “story”… and appreciate its value for everyone, now and in the future.
I was hooked from the opening story. Robb Lucy has a way of grabbing hold of you and not letting go. He writes with great urgency, humor and intimacy. This is a treasure chest of ideas on the most important personal journey you will ever embark upon. You’ll be delighted.
Robb Lucy not only convinces us that we can make our lives better by creating our own legacies, he shows us how to do it. This book is a must read for anyone seeking to live a more fulfilling life and desiring to leave a lasting legacy.
This book reminds me that if I know my values, skills and passion, my Legacy can be the same as thousands of others. I don’t have to worry that it’s been done before.
Robb is mad for Legacies. You could call him a zealot. And he wants you to create one.
The book is fantastic for those of us well down our path of life. But Lucy’s strategies will be even more influential for my 20 year old and his generation. Awareness of legacies at their stage in life is powerful.
You’ve already read the book? Terrific. You know the book has changed your life already! You might have already finished your first Legacy (remember: ‘TELL your story’) and are enthusiastic to begin others. But there’s more information here to help give you a new perspective on what your Legacies can be, and how to create them. So, here’s a little extra help to TELL, GATHER or CREATE your Legacies: ‘The Legacy Starter.’ You’ll find some helpful elements:
All you need to do is add your name and email address to the right, download The Legacy Starter, print it out, and add more valuable elements to your Legacy Journal. Then begin sharing your new Legacy stories with others in The Legacy Story Forum.
Let us send you the first chapter! Just click here to download it.
You know you should collect the story of that special person, but you haven’t had the time.
POOF – the opportunity is gone. The Legacy Clock struck first. Time won.
Robb Lucy’s company, Engage Communications, has 35 years of experience in story-gathering… and story-telling.
Ask us about the costs and timelines to collect and produce the stories you don’t want to disappear.
It could be your story… a special person’s… or a whole family’s story.
Whether audio, video or print, you can rest assured the best stories will be found, told… and preserved. For a free consultation send an email, with your phone number, to stories@YourLegacySmile.com Robb or a Legacy team producer will quickly return the call.
Robb is also a memorable Keynote Speaker who will leave the audience of your meeting or convention with smiles on their faces and hundreds of ideas in their heads. Contact our representative or Robb directly.
My mother told me the other day that there’s a lot she’d like to know, but there’s nobody left to ask. The door to the past is closed.
What the next generation will value most is not what we owned, but the evidence of who we were and the tales of how we loved. In the end, it’s the family stories that are worth the storage.
There was never yet an uninteresting life. Such a thing is an impossibility. Inside the dullest exterior, there is a drama, a comedy, and a tragedy.