Is it enough to transfer a lifetime of wealth to future generations of a family—or is it equally important for elders to pass on the history and core values of a family?
In this episode, Cary Stamp is joined by Peter Weisz, founder of Peter Weisz Publishing. Peter has written nearly two dozen biographies, helping people document their life stories in a manner that shines as a lasting legacy. Peter explains why people decide to tell their life stories, and how it helps pass family values and history to future generations.
- How technology has made it surprisingly easy to write, publish, and distribute a book
- Why a memoir is much more than just a litany of accomplishments
- Three solid reasons to place values over valuables
- How to use other tools to record your story
- And more!
Tune in now to learn how to tell the story of your life in your own words.
Resources: Cary Stamp & Co. | Cary Stamp | Peter Weisz | Peter Weisz Publishing | High Octane: a Rearview Mirror Retrospective by Jim McCormick and Peter Weisz
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