Scarlett O’Hara is Irish spunk personified. She has the chutzpah to color way outside the lines. And when life doesn’t turn out the way she hopes, does Scarlett give up? Nope. After all, “Tomorrow is another day.” Just think: Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone With the Wind, a Pulitzer Prize winning, 1,000 page story, in 1936, … Continue reading “Tell Your Story Now”
Toss out the term “legal will” and there is no need to explain what you mean. Research conducted by estate planners indicates Baby Boomers will pass down roughly $41 trillion during the next few decades. How? Legal wills.
Time and time again, I hear, “I WANT to tell my story.”
Sam is our two-year-old grandson. His vocabulary is expanding rapidly—Sam is VERY smart—still, his favorite word is, “NO!!!”
“MY life isn’t all that interesting. Nobody wants to read MY story.”