By Jeff Rogers The seeds of the gospel were planted in my life by a godly grandmother. From as early as I can remember my Gram Rogers was always witnessing to us, through her life, actions, and words. I did not have the privilege, as some do, of growing up in a Christian family. Both…

by Laura A. Roser Does narcissism exist? If you believe various psychological studies, the answer is a resounding, “Yes!” and it’s increasing! But for many people narcissistic tendencies could be a misguided attempt to find more meaning. Craving Connection in a “Disconnected” Age The following is an excerpt from my book, Your Meaning Legacy, regarding…

By Laura A. Roser Join Me in Mapping Out Your Life Several years ago, Philip de Souza, Founder and President of cyber security company Aurora, began compiling his thoughts about the meaning of life into short monthly emails he sent to his high-school-aged son. Word caught on and soon a bunch of his son’s friends requested…

By Laura A. Roser Join Me in Mapping Out Your Life Last year my fiancé and I began planning our legacy together. A part of the process is thinking about important memories. But my fiancé, like many people, had never spent much time thinking about turning points in his life. It took a process of discovery…

By Jamie Yuenger I never expected to become a confessor. When I founded StoryKeep in 2010, I was focused on the craft of storytelling itself—on pacing, narrative arcs, and the like. After all, my dream was to make documentary films and legacy books for families that were studio-quality. But having worked with over 80 families, I’ve come…

By Susan Turnbull Getting to the Heart of What Matters to Your Clients You occupy an extraordinary position for those you advise, at the intersection of practical and profound. Your clients trust you to deliver technical solutions to serve ends that are ultimately very personal, but attached to general concepts like values and legacy. Limited…

The Remarkable Story of Fred Rivera and Herman Johnson By Thornton Sully, Editor-in-Chief, A Word with You Press  Fred Rivera had an urgent need to write his story. That urgency was the motivation to strap himself in an office chair and fire a fusillade of words upon the blank field before him until the task…

By Laura A. Roser If you spend any time with a two-year-old, you will see the physical manifestation of what most of us feel under the surface when spending time with family. Things are going great, we’re having a fun time, life is joyful and exciting, and then something happens and it triggers a tantrum. In…

by Emily Bouchard   In families, women play an important role as storytellers, and as educators of their children and grandchildren about the family’s legacy. Knowing how to discover, share, and preserve your family’s history is an essential component to your overall plan for future generations. As a trusted colleague, Amanda Weitman, from Wells Fargo…

by Rachael Rifkin   One of my all-time favorite gift ideas  comes courtesy of Holly Burns’ blog, Nothing But Bonfires. For her  dad’s 60th birthday, Holly collected friends and family members’ favorite memories of him, presenting them to him as  a bundle of 60 letters. Here’s the email she and her family sent out to…

Page 1 of 21 2

© 2020 PARAGON ROAD | WHAT'S YOUR LEGACY? | Privacy Policy

logo-footer