A Legacy Bucket will create a family legacy for generations to come.
“I’ll put that on my bucket list!” Jack Nicholas and Morgan Freeman played in the movie, Bucket List but have nothing to do with your Legacy Bucket . A bucket list is places to go and things for you to do before you die. A Legacy Bucket is things you need to say, do or reveal for your loved ones while you are alive to make your absence memorable and their life more pleasant.
If you are troubled coming to terms with who you are and what you have done with your life, consider filling your legacy bucket with useful, needful deeds, actions and “to dos” that will last long after you are gone.
“Breathe in the future, breathe out the past.” No matter what you’re going through or where you are, always believe that you can be a light at the end of the tunnel.
There are hundreds of tasks that can be done now alone or with assistance that will fill your legacy bucket and insure that your presence will be felt throughout your descendants life and sometimes on into eternity.
Here is a second opportunity to show the world, your purpose and your value for the time spent with family and friends.
If you live your days by goals and plans, chances are that you will not spend most of your time caught in the blur of everyday events, like most parents, workers and students, just trying to get by.
Fill your legacy bucket with a few ideas, keep a notepad handy to add to your legacy bucket.
Make a goal to accomplish something on your list starting today.
The question is always asked, “What is the urgency?”
The answer is always the same,… “If you accomplish the same amount of goal accomplishments in the next 12 months as you did in the last 12 months, How many of the completed goals will there be?”
There is no time like now! We have no guarantee, healthy or sick, so our loved ones deserve a little time each day that you think of them as you mark another goal off your legacy bucket list.
That notepad in your purse of pocket will be right there when you think of the next goal to achieve.
There are many times you said, “I can’t believe I did that.” Don’t wait until it’s too late and have to say, “I wish I had done that.”
Make a Legacy Bucket now, just a few items, you can always add to the Bucket later, but start now!
The second question that is asked the most is, “What ideas do I put on my Legacy Bucket list?”
That answer is simple, a page on the web has 29 (or more) Questions for your Legacy Bucket before you go. By the time you have read all the questions on that page you will have many ideas that fit in your Legacy Bucket. You don’t have to be everyone, just be the you and PAY IT FORWARD. “Find the joy in your Life!”
You can always complete your Legacy Bucket tasks by using an audible message, no one says it better than you, in your voice, it will be stored in the cloud and your great, great grandchildren will be able to listen to your legacy as a family treasure. Legacytoo.com