When we are born, we have our whole life ahead of us. When we are older, we become more aware that we have our whole life ahead of us as well, but the time available is not as great as when we were younger.
Life is a collection of stories and lessons learned. No matter who we are or what we have done, we have our own life stories. As a child our experiences may not be as fresh in our memories, but many things are still remembered. From being an adolescent to being elderly, we continue to add precious memories to our storage bank. We cherish these experiences which have become a part of us and made us into the person we are today. We need to share these experiences with our loved ones to help them and future generations navigate their way through an ever-changing world.
Throughout our lives, we have many keepsakes to remind us of certain events. We have received diplomas, retained cards from different occasions, made notes, taken photos, painted pictures, have familiar fragrances, favorite vacation spots, documented good times in emails and letters to friends and family members. But most of all, these GREAT TIMES are retained in our memory, stored on the hard drive in our minds.
These stored memories come to the surface at the most interesting times. They are triggered when we are with family and friends or something reminds us of the occasion or the incident. The stories may have been told a dozen times, but everyone loves to hear and share them over and over again. But what do you do about the memories that are not communicated? What do you do about the life information regarding your health? What about the life information that made you a success in your field of endeavor?
Why you should communicate your life information?
- Your loved ones want to know.
- It is a trip down memory lane for you.
- If these memories are not communicated or documented, upon death or incapacitation, they will be lost forever.
- Your life information could be an inspiration to future generations.
- Medical information could help save the life of a family member.
- The lessons you learned and communicated could help a family member.
- It is the right thing to do.
How Can LEO Help You Communicate Your Life?
In developing Life Estate Organizer – LEO, we decided that there should be a Life Section in documenting your estate. That your life is more than finance, investments, documents, real estate, etc. There is a very personal part of your life here on earth and we thought your loved ones would be very interested in knowing more about how your life unfolded. What makes you tick? How did you decide to do this or that? How did you end up in this town or that city? If you want to learn more of what we developed, go directly to our 30-Day FREE TRIAL, create your log in and password, follow the instructions to create your profile selection and go to Profile Owner, Personal Information, etc. You will see how we developed a process to communicate your life information and leave a legacy for your loved ones and future generations.
There are many ways you can document your life:
- Photo albums
- Different media platforms
Our thoughts centered around something much broader than the above. Where you could capture information that would be fun, relevant, useful, informative and legacy driven. We wanted to capture the essence of your life and post it for your trusted individuals to access, share and use to inform and motivate the current generation as well as future generations. These are some of the categories we decided upon:
- Personal information
- Autobiographical information.
In total there are (15) categories. These categories breakdown into multiple information fields that captures:
- Your personal characteristics.
- Factual information about you.
- Lessons learned.
- Medical history.
- Information on multiple subjects you wish to share.
- Family history
- Gives you the ability to communicate things we did not even think about and more.
Obviously, for space reasons, we have not listed all of the information LEO helps you collect. For a better understanding of the depth of our Life Section, please proceed to a FREE TRIAL so you can see for yourself how LEO is structured and how you can use it to document your life.
In addition to the above, we have additional sections where you can record key events in your life and upload:
- Your genealogy tree.
- Documents regarding your family history.
- Family photos.
- Family recipes.
- Other family information we did not think of.
Take the First Step & Get Started for Free
It is not easy trying to decide what to document and where to start. There is a treasure trove of information hidden in the recesses of your mind, in the mind of others, left to you by your parents and grandparents. You have incurred experiences with family, friends, business associates and casual acquaintances. These experiences have happened in your home, on the road, at your place of worship on your vacations, in your back yards, etc. These experiences have made you the human being you are. Your loved ones want to know about these experiences. It is up to you to take the time to communicate and document what you can.
We have reached into our minds and the minds of others to create a simple method of documenting the information in a secure, digital lockbox, storing all of your life information and providing a method of unlocking this information to your loved ones. We have done the best we can to help you capture those thoughts and we have an open format to allow you to add anything we missed in our development process.
Get started now. Use our simple method of documenting your life. You can add anything you want and at any time along the way. The important thing is YOU DO IT!! You should start now, before you forget or before you can’t do it!!
Your Loved Ones Will Love This!! You Will Too!!
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