“Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the mind of others and the stories they share about you.”

—Shannon Alder



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Our Legacy is determined by what we create,

how we act, and who we truly are.

In episode 2 of the Legacy Lounge Podcast, we are diving deeply into the topic of Legacy. Let’s get straight to the heart of why Legacy should be a meaningful part of any high-achieving entrepreneur’s career. 

In episode 1, we discussed legacy more in the context of the overall theme of the podcast, but I want to help you understand exactly what legacy is and how to build one.

In this episode, we are going to explore these questions together:

  • What does leaving a legacy mean for you? 
  • Why should you care?
  • What actions can you start to implement to consciously build your legacy?

After tuning in to this episode, you’ll understand:

  1. Why you’re always creating a legacy, whether you’re aware of it or not.
  2. What a vision is and why you need one to create a lasting Legacy.
  3. How to create a vision and goals for your brand and business using Legacy as your lens.
  4. What SMART goals are.
  5. That leaving a Legacy means living a Legacy

By the end of episode 2, my goal is that you define what matters to you and that you have a clearer vision for the future of your business based on those identified values.

Have you thought about your goals in this way before? I know this episode will help you bring those big, incredible goals to the forefront!

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