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The Self Improvement Show

The Self Improvement Show

Thursday at 12 Noon Pacific

October 08th 2015:Having the Last Say

Many people wonder if they will be remembered after they die and, if they are, what is it that people will remember? "I'm neither rich nor famous," they may think, "and so I'll be forgotten." If you've ever thought this, then make plans now to "Have the Last Say." Alan Gelb suggests, in his book of that title, that you can capture your legacy in one small story. He says "Perhaps you want to convey a deeply held value, describe a passion, reveal a bit of family history that shaped you." He says to write it down! Why not? So you aren't a writer? Are you sure? Give it a shot. Sit down at your com

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Alan Gelb

A seasoned writer, Alan Gelb has published novels with G.P. Putnam’s Sons, St. Martin’s Press, Dell, Avon, and more. In 2008, Ten Speed Press published his "Conquering the College Admissions Essay in 10 Steps," often ranked the #1 college essay book on Amazon. His latest book, "Having the Last Say: Capturing Your Legacy in One Small Story" enables older people to engage in life review and create narratives that explore their values and beliefs. For almost 30 years, Alan and his wife, Karen Levine, a journalist-turned-psychotherapist, have lived in the middle of 15 acres in Chatham, New York, a small, rural town located between Albany and The Berkshires. Alan is an avid gardener, feeder of bi
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2190/the-self-improvement-show 18/10/2017 04:00 18/10/2017 05:00 The Self Improvement Show https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2190/the-self-improvement-show Many people wonder if they will be remembered after they die and, if they are, what is it that people will remember? "I'm neither rich nor famous," they may think, "and so I'll be forgotten." If you've ever thought this, then make plans now to "Have the Last Say." Alan Gelb suggests, in his book of that title, that you can capture your legacy in one small story. He says "Perhaps you want to convey a deeply held value, describe a passion, reveal a bit of family history that shaped you." He says to write it down! Why not? So you aren't a writer? Are you sure? Give it a shot. Sit down at your computer, open your word processing software and give it a go. It will bring up some wonderful memories for you and insure that your legacy will be remembered. You don't have to be older than dirt to do this. Start now and add to it as the years pass. Tune in and let Alan Gelb tell you more about "having the last say." www.havingthelastsay.com VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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