When someone passes away, their loved ones most often go on a scavenger hunt to pull together the pieces of the deceased life to form a proper legacy, to resolve all matters of the estate, and to put all affairs at rest and at peace. We have a sense of duty to make the burdens of our passing as easy as can be on those we leave behind. And End-Of-Life (EOL) planning is very important in relieving these kinds of burdens. Lee speaks with Jonathan Braddock, who authored a book on the subject with a catchy title – “Click here when I die”. Jon also runs a website that gives individuals an avenue to create and manage EOL planning. This conversation opens the mind on how we can continue to love our loved ones after our demise.
What You Will Learn About In This Episode:
- Why there are billions of unclaimed dollars for life insurance policies.
- What does End-Of-Life Planning mean? What does it do?
- What is included in End-Of-Life Planning?
- How to write your own obituary.
- Where to keep documents that will be needed after you are gone.
Links and Resources:
Jon is offering his book - "Click here when I die" - to a few Insider Club members. To receive your free copy. simply send me a direct email (Lee@innergameofaging.com) with the subject line "Click here when I die" and a shipping address (free shipping). Upon receiving your email, you will be welcomed into the Insider's club and the book will be sent to you. That's it. There is only a limited supply of free copies, so it is on a first come, first serve basis. Get your copy today.
Jon has put together a tremendous site for end-of-life planning. IGA Podcast listeners will recieve a 15% discount on their annual subscription rate by entering the coupon code from the above link.
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