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Legacies and Visions

A thought came to me recently that some might call a moment of doubt, even dark.

However, that perception misses the mark.

Here is the question: What is your legacy? Maybe we can’t know until there’s a post-mortem assessment.

So maybe we need to reword the question a little. What are you known for, followed by what do you want to be known for? Pay attention to the change in time sequence. What are you known for is about the present state, what do you want to be known for implies a desire and a future review. Be more specific: how do you want your best friend to read your eulogy?



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