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The Law of Legacy

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Cherie Bowman

on 14 January 2011

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Someday people will summarize your life in a single sentence. My advice: pick it now! #2 Live the Legacy you Want to Leave

Maxwell believes there are seven major areas of influence in society:
Religion
Economics
Government
Family
Media
Education
Sports #3 Choose who will Carry on Your Legacy

"Succession is one of the key responsibilties of leadership." Achievement - doing big things by yourself Success-empower followers to do big things for you Significance-develop leaders to do great things with you Legacy-put leaders into position to do great things without you John Wooden Gary Cunningham 50 - 8 record from 1977 to 1979 Denny Crum 675 - 295 record 2 NCAA Championships 6 Final Fours Steve Lavin 145 - 78 record 5 Sweet 16's in 6 years The Law of Legacy A leader's lasting value is measured by succession By:
C. Bowman
C. Palmer
m. Tetter What do you want people to say at your funeral? A LEADER'S lasting value is measured by SUCCESSION Why is it so important to pay attention to your "life sentence"? Because your "life sentence" not only sets the direction for your life but it also determines the legacy you will leave! Developing your Leadership Legacy #1 Know the Legacy you Want to Leave Most people simply accept their lives-they don't lead them #4 Make Sure You Pass the Baton A Legacy of Succession Gary Cunningham 50 - 8 Record Denny Crum 675 - 295 Record 2 NCAA Championships...1980 and 1986 and 6 Final Fours Steve Lavin 145 - 78 Record
5 Sweet 16's in 6 Seasons Few Leaders Pass It On "You and I will be judged by how well the people we invested in carried on after we are gone." "A life isn't significant except for its impact on other lives."
~Jackie Robinson
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