Today, we’re joining you live on location in Park City, Utah at the GoBundance event with our expert guest, Ken Wimberly. He’s the founder and visionary behind Legacy of Love Inc., the founder and CVO of KW Net Lease Advisors, co-founder of Laundry Luv, and an investor and founding operating principal – as well as franchise owner – of Keller Williams Realty in Abilene, Texas.
Ken’s entire business philosophy is about creating a legacy of love. From the launch of Legacy Journal, an app that makes capturing and cataloging the moments that matter most in a child’s life easy, to Laundry Luv, which partners with the Laundry Literacy Foundation to give books to people in the community every month, Ken strives to give back in every aspect of his businesses.
Leaving a legacy that’s going to be meaningful doesn’t have to take a lot of time, either. When Ken’s mother passed away, he found three letters that were addressed to his mother from her brother. Those three letters were some of the most important possessions he’s ever had. By being intentional about this process, it’s possible to create incredibly impactful memories and moments to leave our children with.
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“Write that first story. Just sit down and write the first story. It doesn’t have to be big. It can be a paragraph, a few sentences, right there. Take a photo of something you’ve done with your child recently and write a few sentences about why that meant something important to you. Keep that, give it to your child. You don’t have to wait until sometime in the future. Print it out – give it to them right there. Let them share that moment right there and know how much you value them. Because none of us, you know, none of us knows what tomorrow holds.”
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