My Secret Blueprint: Live Your Life, Fill This Out, Pass It on As Your Legacy Story

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Your Legacy Roots Publishing, Oct 8, 2021
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Have you ever thought about one of your relatives that lived 100 years ago? Did you wonder what they were like? How did they feel about their family, their work, their life? Did your family member want more out of life than they were living, or were they living the American Dream?How many family stories were passed down to you and you didn't know how accurate they were? OR did you receive part of a story, but someone in your family just couldn't remember the rest? By filling out My Secret Blueprint, you won't have to worry about misinformation any longer. How long has it been since you have seen a family member that you really enjoyed talking to? Do you run out of things to talk about sooner than you would like? In this book, I am going to show you how to keep your conversations going with family and friends. This book is a fun way to interact and develop a deeper bond. My mom passed 2 days before my 13th birthday, so I didn't know much about her growing up. When visiting my grandmother, I found out we both had the same cravings while pregnant. This is what prompted me to write this book. I found a way to ask questions about someone's life stories that wasn't just easy but was really fun. After filling out this book, it will be easier to talk to your family members and friends because you will have the tools to ask questions and/or share stories creating a deeper understanding of one another. You will have a deeper understanding of yourself, and you will be able to pass on your information to other family members and friends. No one person is alike. By not filling out this book, there will be people in your life that will miss out on the wonderful stories that will make them laugh, cry or even be inspired. They will never know about YOU unless you fill it out.Maybe your story will become a Book or Movie someday like mine did

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Have you ever thought about one of your relatives that lived 100 years ago? Did you wonder what they were like? How did they feel about their family, their work, their life? Did your family member want more out of life than they were living, or were they living the American Dream?How many family stories were passed down to you and you didn't know how accurate they were? OR did you receive part of a story, but someone in your family just couldn't remember the rest? By filling out My Secret Blueprint, you won't have to worry about misinformation any longer. How long has it been since you have seen a family member that you really enjoyed talking to? Do you run out of things to talk about sooner than you would like? In this book, I am going to show you how to keep your conversations going with family and friends. This book is a fun way to interact and develop a deeper bond. My mom passed 2 days before my 13th birthday, so I didn't know much about her growing up. When visiting my grandmother, I found out we both had the same cravings while pregnant. This is what prompted me to write this book. I found a way to ask questions about someone's life stories that wasn't just easy but was really fun. After filling out this book, it will be easier to talk to your family members and friends because you will have the tools to ask questions and/or share stories creating a deeper understanding of one another. You will have a deeper understanding of yourself, and you will be able to pass on your information to other family members and friends. No one person is alike. By not filling out this book, there will be people in your life that will miss out on the wonderful stories that will make them laugh, cry or even be inspired. They will never know about YOU unless you fill it out.Maybe your story will become a Book or Movie someday like mine did

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