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Eric Burdon: Singing Strong Until the End

Eric Burdon: Singing Strong Until the End

Posted in Blog, Boomer Life, Legacy

By Dave Price At age 75, he may need some assistance from a cane and the strong left arm of a loving wife to get from the dressing room to the backstage area. But once he hears the music and strides onto that stage he prowls. He growls. He...

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Your Legacy: Advocating Today for Tomorrow

Your Legacy: Advocating Today for Tomorrow

Posted in Boomer Life, Legacy

By Richard Weijo   By the time we reach our 50’s, many of us will have honed our skills in a variety of specialized areas of expertise. Chances are we will have accumulated about 10,000 hours of capability in not just one area – but developed competencies across several...

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Is Your Legacy Half Full or Half Empty?

By Richard Weijo   We often have heard the phrase – is your glass-half-full or half-empty? This often refers to whether we are optimistic or pessimistic. But there is a different interpretation when we consider our legacy to future generations. Our legacy includes all of the gifts – whether...

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Your Legacy: Looking Back While Still Facing the Future

By Richard Weijo When we reach 50 or beyond, a very conventional view is that we will begin to reflect about our past and the fond memories of our life experiences. We begin pulling out the boxes tucked away in our attics that contain the treasures of the past....

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David Bowie: How Can That Voice Not Be Here Anymore

David Bowie: How Can That Voice Not Be Here Anymore

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By Dave Price Shirley Giddens remembers with absolute certainty her surroundings when she first heard the news. It was early morning and she was in her kitchen getting ready for the drive to the South Jersey high school where she has taught English for the past 20 years. Her...

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Storytelling – A Great Way To Share Your Legacy

By Richard Weijo While certain values may be important to you, will they be to future generations? How can we influence our heirs to at least consider them? As an example, I anticipated my granddaughter Elsie would not be very interested in learning about the importance of saving and...

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