3 Key Points in this Episode:
- Identify who you are and what you stand for before you develop a legacy.
- Adjust your mindset so that you can see the value of your legacy.
- Create a brand that communicates the value of your legacy effectively.
Episode 129: In the movie Rich Crazy Asians one of the wealthy women says something along the line of; “people from the West try to be happy, in the East we build things that will last long after we are gone, we build a legacy!”
I’ve been thinking a lot about legacy lately and I believe that it is intrinsically connected to having a dream for your business and well your life.
So, who better to interview than someone who helps business owners create and fund their legacy?
Bio of Today’s Guest
Samuel Knickerbocker is a legacy foundation expert. He empowers families and individuals with financial habits, mindsets, and behaviors to build a meaningful legacy that will stand the test of time.
You can reach Samuel at SamKnickerbocker.com.
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Key Take Away
The key takeaway from today’s episode is that you must identify who you are and what you stand for before you can start building a legacy. It is important to adjust your mindset because your legacy has value and you must see that value before you can build a brand that communicates that value to others.
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