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You do have stories that must be told. Host Robb Lucy will inspire you to collect and share them today while you can enjoy them.

Latest Episodes

Mother's Story- A recipe to ensure it doesn't disappear

15 years ago, Marilyn Norry challenged women actors to write the facts of their mother’s life. She then turned those stories into a stage play. She’s now helped over 500 women write their mother’s stories. And to ensure many mother’s stories aren’t lost, Marilyn has just published “Writing Women’s History. Starting with your Mother.” It will help every woman take stock of their mother’s legacy. At the end of this conversation Marilyn will give you what you need to get started. And yes, wherever your mother is… she’ll help. Get the download athttps://legacycafe.org/mother

18 MINJUL 16
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Mother's Story- A recipe to ensure it doesn't disappear

How your legacies can make your community a better place to live

Is there something you’d love to have in your community… that just isn’t there? Would you like one of your legacies to enhance life where you live? But building it yourself is just, well…. a big challenge. It would be difficult to get it done on your own. Here’s my best advice: Walk in the door of your local Community Foundation. In this podcast Brad Ward will tell us a few stories about how Community Foundations work, and how they can help you build some really cool legacies you’ll be proud of.

22 MINMAY 1
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How your legacies can make your community a better place to live

#29 Ken Dychtwald's landmark study on legacy and aging

What is the lasting gift of Legacy? And - who’s giving that gift? Or not bothering at all? My guest in theLegacy Café is Ken Dychtwald, CEO of Age Wave and internationally recognized author and gerontologist. He recently released a landmark study on legacy and aging as a research project with Bank 0f America/Merrill Lynch. In the study titled, “Leaving a legacy. A lasting gift to loved ones”, Ken discovered that 82% of us will likely be remembered with the phrase: “Well, you left a heckuva mess.” Not good! Turns out94% of the 3000 people surveyed said they would like their legacy to be“a life well lived with family and friends that love me,” while only 4% said their legacy is the wealth they accumulated. Hmmm... Join my conversation with Ken for a fascinating review of his eye-opening study and what various generations are thinking of ‘legacy’, how each is acting to live it....and give it.

33 MINFEB 26
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#29 Ken Dychtwald's landmark study on legacy and aging

#28 AARP: Disrupting Our Lives and Legacies

Boe Workman argues that many of us 50+ are living a revolution… determined to leave our mark on the world. "We want to disrupt the traditional aging process so we can spark new solutions that will allow us to live the best life we can." Yes, we want to be more independent, with more intimacy and fun, And yes, more legacy building. We want to lead a richer, more self-sufficient life as we age. But (and it's a big 'but'), are we constrained by a cultural view that aging means deterioration and dependence? Boe is the Director of CEO Communication at AARP and has co-authored several books that shake up some outdated beliefs about aging. He recently co-authored a book with Jo Anne Jenkins, AARP's CEO, called Disrupt Aging, well worth the read. Will the opportunities of aging outweigh the negatives? Give a listen to find out.

19 MINFEB 20
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#28 AARP: Disrupting Our Lives and Legacies

#28 Financially Blessed? Live and Leave a Transformational Legacy

As a listener to The Legacy Café, you know that a ‘Legacy’ is so much more than money and ‘stuff’ handed down to the kids. But - many are blessed with more resources than they need to lead a happy life. With that comes questions: Are children and grandchildren prepared for the responsibility? Have family dynamics prevented you from having the tough conversations? Will your business thrive under the next generation of leadership? Mostly, do you have an intentional, proactive plan to create a thriving, inspiring Legacy? Join Jeff Rogers as Robb asks him about Stewardship Legacy Coaching for high net worth families, and the challenge of clarifying values, virtues, guiding principles, and a giving culture you want to maintain.

19 MINJAN 29
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#28 Financially Blessed? Live and Leave a Transformational Legacy

#27 The New Story Creators....Your Kids!

When a young person looks at a picture on the wall and asks parents and grandparents “Who is that?”, they’ll be off on a journey that will benefit them thru their lives. With a little encouragement, the research and writing of the story of an unknown relative can ignite the imagination and light the fire of ‘social history’; the stories of those who came before us, and our personal relationship with them. The act of finding and telling those stories can be the Trojan horse to change school’s normally boring social studies courses; create better communicators… and be a make-or-break asset for college and career. Yes, our kids can find and create our legacy stories… and they will be the beneficiaries.

18 MIN2018 OCT 17
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#27 The New Story Creators....Your Kids!

#26 FACT: Family Stories Build Resilient Children

What’s the secret for a happy family? They talk. A lot. Dr. Marshall Duke, a renowned psychologist, is my guest on this remarkable podcast episode. In a research project at Emory University, he created the Do You Know Scale, whichasked children 20 Do You Know questions about their family and its history. The results were quite surprising. Turns out the children who knew more about their family's history had higher levels of self-esteem, lower levels of anxiety, were much better at facing challenges, and a whole lot more. Yes, family stories are a critical part of a child's emerging identity and well-being. That's why it's so important to hear Dr. Duke share the remarkable story behind the study in this podcast episode. And don’t feel left out! These stories can and should be told in any family, of any age.

25 MIN2018 AUG 21
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#26 FACT: Family Stories Build Resilient Children

#25 Your Family's Legacy? Only 1% Will Be Memorable

A Conversation with Steve Marken President of the Stewardship Council So, you’ve got some resources you’d like to distribute through your estate plan? You call them your ‘Legacies’. But when you define them, do they give you fulfillment and joy Now? Do you smile as you think how they’ll affect the future? According the Steve, 99% of family estates don’t incorporate any part of the family’s story, values, goals and characters that give the legacies you want to create the richness they deserve. Most financial and legal advisors don’t know how important this is. How do you peel that onion and make it a rich experience discovering what those legacies can be? My conversation with Steve will talk about the two-edged sword of money, about family stories, and about philanthropy that reflects your values. And then Steve will give you all the questions to ask yourself and your family on this journey to discover your legacies.

24 MIN2018 JUL 19
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#25 Your Family's Legacy? Only 1% Will Be Memorable

#24 Genealogy: Finding Truths and Family Weirdos

Do you know where your great grandparents came from? Or what they did to live? Or where their kids went and what they did? You might consider becoming a junior genealogist like me. Genealogy? The dictionary says it’s “a line of descent traced continuously from an ancestor”. I knew my great grandparents came from Ireland… but that’s all I knew. Working with a genealogist for 15 minutes I learned they landed in Halifax in 1869, the name of their ship, and the names of the seven kids they brought with them. And as we followed that ‘line of descent’, I learned the names of the next five kids they had, including my grandfather. Join me and Billie Fogarty, President of the Association of Professional Genealogists as we learn about family trees, branches, leaves… and the stories they tell. And if you start your line of descent, have the Kleenex ready!

22 MIN2018 JUN 26
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#24 Genealogy: Finding Truths and Family Weirdos

#23 Attention Grandparents! Share the wisdom of the ages

Starting his career in the early 1900’s, my grandpa was a cowboy, a champion curler, and a beer salesman. But I never learned any of his stories, or wisdom. I spent some time with him in the 60’s, but I was too young to ask: “Grandpa, what do you believe in? What advice would you give me?” 75 yr. old grandpa, John Boden, won’t let the opportunity to talk to his grandchildren escape. He’s ensuring they hear his wisdom, ideas, opinions and stories. He wants to stir their young minds so they become a little wiser, a better person… and maybe grow up to lead happy and successful lives. John’s website is a weekly ‘must-watch, must-read’ by thousands of kids at grandpathephilosopher.com Are you a grandparent? Isn’t it time to ensure your wisdom and stories reach your grandchildren… and great grandchildren, and…

13 MIN2018 MAY 29
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#23 Attention Grandparents! Share the wisdom of the ages

Latest Episodes

Mother's Story- A recipe to ensure it doesn't disappear

15 years ago, Marilyn Norry challenged women actors to write the facts of their mother’s life. She then turned those stories into a stage play. She’s now helped over 500 women write their mother’s stories. And to ensure many mother’s stories aren’t lost, Marilyn has just published “Writing Women’s History. Starting with your Mother.” It will help every woman take stock of their mother’s legacy. At the end of this conversation Marilyn will give you what you need to get started. And yes, wherever your mother is… she’ll help. Get the download athttps://legacycafe.org/mother

18 MINJUL 16
Comments
Mother's Story- A recipe to ensure it doesn't disappear

How your legacies can make your community a better place to live

Is there something you’d love to have in your community… that just isn’t there? Would you like one of your legacies to enhance life where you live? But building it yourself is just, well…. a big challenge. It would be difficult to get it done on your own. Here’s my best advice: Walk in the door of your local Community Foundation. In this podcast Brad Ward will tell us a few stories about how Community Foundations work, and how they can help you build some really cool legacies you’ll be proud of.

22 MINMAY 1
Comments
How your legacies can make your community a better place to live

#29 Ken Dychtwald's landmark study on legacy and aging

What is the lasting gift of Legacy? And - who’s giving that gift? Or not bothering at all? My guest in theLegacy Café is Ken Dychtwald, CEO of Age Wave and internationally recognized author and gerontologist. He recently released a landmark study on legacy and aging as a research project with Bank 0f America/Merrill Lynch. In the study titled, “Leaving a legacy. A lasting gift to loved ones”, Ken discovered that 82% of us will likely be remembered with the phrase: “Well, you left a heckuva mess.” Not good! Turns out94% of the 3000 people surveyed said they would like their legacy to be“a life well lived with family and friends that love me,” while only 4% said their legacy is the wealth they accumulated. Hmmm... Join my conversation with Ken for a fascinating review of his eye-opening study and what various generations are thinking of ‘legacy’, how each is acting to live it....and give it.

33 MINFEB 26
Comments
#29 Ken Dychtwald's landmark study on legacy and aging

#28 AARP: Disrupting Our Lives and Legacies

Boe Workman argues that many of us 50+ are living a revolution… determined to leave our mark on the world. "We want to disrupt the traditional aging process so we can spark new solutions that will allow us to live the best life we can." Yes, we want to be more independent, with more intimacy and fun, And yes, more legacy building. We want to lead a richer, more self-sufficient life as we age. But (and it's a big 'but'), are we constrained by a cultural view that aging means deterioration and dependence? Boe is the Director of CEO Communication at AARP and has co-authored several books that shake up some outdated beliefs about aging. He recently co-authored a book with Jo Anne Jenkins, AARP's CEO, called Disrupt Aging, well worth the read. Will the opportunities of aging outweigh the negatives? Give a listen to find out.

19 MINFEB 20
Comments
#28 AARP: Disrupting Our Lives and Legacies

#28 Financially Blessed? Live and Leave a Transformational Legacy

As a listener to The Legacy Café, you know that a ‘Legacy’ is so much more than money and ‘stuff’ handed down to the kids. But - many are blessed with more resources than they need to lead a happy life. With that comes questions: Are children and grandchildren prepared for the responsibility? Have family dynamics prevented you from having the tough conversations? Will your business thrive under the next generation of leadership? Mostly, do you have an intentional, proactive plan to create a thriving, inspiring Legacy? Join Jeff Rogers as Robb asks him about Stewardship Legacy Coaching for high net worth families, and the challenge of clarifying values, virtues, guiding principles, and a giving culture you want to maintain.

19 MINJAN 29
Comments
#28 Financially Blessed? Live and Leave a Transformational Legacy

#27 The New Story Creators....Your Kids!

When a young person looks at a picture on the wall and asks parents and grandparents “Who is that?”, they’ll be off on a journey that will benefit them thru their lives. With a little encouragement, the research and writing of the story of an unknown relative can ignite the imagination and light the fire of ‘social history’; the stories of those who came before us, and our personal relationship with them. The act of finding and telling those stories can be the Trojan horse to change school’s normally boring social studies courses; create better communicators… and be a make-or-break asset for college and career. Yes, our kids can find and create our legacy stories… and they will be the beneficiaries.

18 MIN2018 OCT 17
Comments
#27 The New Story Creators....Your Kids!

#26 FACT: Family Stories Build Resilient Children

What’s the secret for a happy family? They talk. A lot. Dr. Marshall Duke, a renowned psychologist, is my guest on this remarkable podcast episode. In a research project at Emory University, he created the Do You Know Scale, whichasked children 20 Do You Know questions about their family and its history. The results were quite surprising. Turns out the children who knew more about their family's history had higher levels of self-esteem, lower levels of anxiety, were much better at facing challenges, and a whole lot more. Yes, family stories are a critical part of a child's emerging identity and well-being. That's why it's so important to hear Dr. Duke share the remarkable story behind the study in this podcast episode. And don’t feel left out! These stories can and should be told in any family, of any age.

25 MIN2018 AUG 21
Comments
#26 FACT: Family Stories Build Resilient Children

#25 Your Family's Legacy? Only 1% Will Be Memorable

A Conversation with Steve Marken President of the Stewardship Council So, you’ve got some resources you’d like to distribute through your estate plan? You call them your ‘Legacies’. But when you define them, do they give you fulfillment and joy Now? Do you smile as you think how they’ll affect the future? According the Steve, 99% of family estates don’t incorporate any part of the family’s story, values, goals and characters that give the legacies you want to create the richness they deserve. Most financial and legal advisors don’t know how important this is. How do you peel that onion and make it a rich experience discovering what those legacies can be? My conversation with Steve will talk about the two-edged sword of money, about family stories, and about philanthropy that reflects your values. And then Steve will give you all the questions to ask yourself and your family on this journey to discover your legacies.

24 MIN2018 JUL 19
Comments
#25 Your Family's Legacy? Only 1% Will Be Memorable

#24 Genealogy: Finding Truths and Family Weirdos

Do you know where your great grandparents came from? Or what they did to live? Or where their kids went and what they did? You might consider becoming a junior genealogist like me. Genealogy? The dictionary says it’s “a line of descent traced continuously from an ancestor”. I knew my great grandparents came from Ireland… but that’s all I knew. Working with a genealogist for 15 minutes I learned they landed in Halifax in 1869, the name of their ship, and the names of the seven kids they brought with them. And as we followed that ‘line of descent’, I learned the names of the next five kids they had, including my grandfather. Join me and Billie Fogarty, President of the Association of Professional Genealogists as we learn about family trees, branches, leaves… and the stories they tell. And if you start your line of descent, have the Kleenex ready!

22 MIN2018 JUN 26
Comments
#24 Genealogy: Finding Truths and Family Weirdos

#23 Attention Grandparents! Share the wisdom of the ages

Starting his career in the early 1900’s, my grandpa was a cowboy, a champion curler, and a beer salesman. But I never learned any of his stories, or wisdom. I spent some time with him in the 60’s, but I was too young to ask: “Grandpa, what do you believe in? What advice would you give me?” 75 yr. old grandpa, John Boden, won’t let the opportunity to talk to his grandchildren escape. He’s ensuring they hear his wisdom, ideas, opinions and stories. He wants to stir their young minds so they become a little wiser, a better person… and maybe grow up to lead happy and successful lives. John’s website is a weekly ‘must-watch, must-read’ by thousands of kids at grandpathephilosopher.com Are you a grandparent? Isn’t it time to ensure your wisdom and stories reach your grandchildren… and great grandchildren, and…

13 MIN2018 MAY 29
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#23 Attention Grandparents! Share the wisdom of the ages
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