The goal is not to live forever. It's to create something that does.
A digital canvas never fades.
Mix ingredients in large brain. Love, nurture and shape mixture into smart, kind and resilient. Bake in reinforced Cultureware® for 18 years. Kiss and release into wild.
MAKES ONE (1) PERSONALITY
A thing of beauty is a joy forever. You can celebrate this wondrous occasion by gifting the world's first digital family heirloom, guiding and inspiring family members for generations to come.
Or you can get them that towel they registered for.
As colorful and arms-wide-open as the Giffords themselves.
Imagine the first impression you ever have of your family is one of open arms. How might that change how you perceive yourself? Would you be more likely to make friends?
One of the more solid connections science has made between lifestyle and happiness is the size of our social network. More friends means a happier, healthier and a longer life.
Like Ron Burgundy says, "It's science."
One of the aspects of a well-crafted culture is displaying best practices for thinking. Which ideas about thinking do you cherish? Are they on display? Well why the heck not?
Einstein was big on how to think. He prioritized imagination over knowledge and emphasized the time and mental energy he put into thinking his way through problems.
There's a quote often misattributed to Einstein though I believe he would have agreed with the sentiment:
Only those who attempt the absurd achieve the impossible.
This Legacy attempts to inspire a well-rounded collection of idea priorities: Integrity, Excellence and Love.
Included are quotes from founding fathers, poets and geniuses.
Families have commissioned heirlooms for thousands of years. What's your Legacy?
Dr. Gonzalez is extremely hard working and wishes to pass down his Legacy of the value of hard work. In the red ribbon is his core principle:
Excelencia a Través del Esfuerzo
Excellence Through Effort
We can't live forever. But we can leave something that does, whispering a legacy of wisdom into the ears of our children and our children's children.
They'll be listening. What will you say to them?
Making a bed first thing each morning begins every day practicing the fundamentals of all achievement, from learning 2 + 2 to building the Empire State Building:
Set a goal.
Work until it's achieved.
Wouldn't it be great if that pattern of thinking was as natural and automatic as breathing? Imagine if NOT working toward a goal felt as uncomfortable as NOT brushing your teeth in the morning.
What's important here? What should I focus my time and energy upon? What's my purpose? How should I react to fear? What must I do in order to be loved and accepted? How am I supposed to treat others? What do I do with my emotions?
You can't possibly be there to guide members of your culture in every decision they make. But your Legacy can.
It was August 24, 1909, when he got the news.
Pneumonia. Wouldn't live to see September.
Unable to speak, William Sinclair, widower, self-made businessman and loving father of five sons, cradled the cheek of his oldest, barely fifteen years old.
"What will we do, papa?"
He motioned to the desk in the far corner and another son, Frederick, retrieved paper and pen. William then wrote his legacy, the words by which he trusted his sons to live.
By 1950, the Sinclair boys "owned half of Wyoming." To this day, a copy hangs in the home of every Sinclair and every Sinclair knows the family creed by heart.
Motto: Semper Improvidus
Translation: Latin for "Always Improving"
"Let your soul stand cool and composed before a million universes."
Culture is the Operating System of the Mind. This Legacy upgrades your culture to Creativity 2.0. In an increasingly virtual world where humanity is merging with technology and AI is no longer sci-fi but an eventuality, which skill will have the most value?
Welcome to the Future
"Things may come to those who wait. but only the things left by those who hustle."