Laura Roser’s good advice


Maybe if you hear this advice coming from a successful and dynamic entrepreneurial  woman rather than hearing it again from his moiness will cause you to take this advice seriously, and find inspiration in it. It is all about why we write, or should write, or as Laura frames it, tell our stories.  I am on her mailing list and the premise of her on-line magazine is that there is much that we can pass on to our kids other than financial assets. (In my own will, for example, I am leaving my unused college credits to my daughter Tesse, my seventh-grade humour to Tamara, and my uncanny ability to charm women to Morgan–not that he needs it, but I would just hate to think it would wither away.)Take a look.  Also check out Legacy Arts Magazine and

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