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Great article the other day on Yahoo that talked about what your kids want after they’ve tucked you in the ground. They don’t want your millions, they want your story! 

Fully 86% of baby boomers and 74% of Americans aged 72 and older said family stories and keeping their family history alive is the most important piece of their legacy, according to a 2012 survey conducted for Allianz Life Insurance Co. of North America.

The things that make your family unique–not money, but stories and personal possessions–those are most important in the legacy discussion,” says Katie Libbe, vice president of consumer insights for Allianz Life, in Minneapolis.


What are you going to do about it?

Remember–we don’t have any idea how many more Novembers (Aprils/Octobers) we’re going to get.

Can we get started telling your story today? Please?

I’d be honored to help get it down on paper.

No one should die with a story still in them.

Tell me your story.

Contact me via email at



or use the ghostwriting page above

I’m here.

I’m ready.

Are you?

via Your Heirs Want This Even More Than Your Money – Yahoo Finance.