Buildings and Legacy
I am a passionate world explorer, but there is one thing at the forefront of my itinerary when I travel to another country... architecture.
For some people, it's food; for others, it's museums, or maybe it's beaches. For me, it is definitely architecture.
In every culture around the world, there are buildings that are cornerstones of that society. They are part of the landscape of people's lives, and if they were suddenly gone, people would feel as if a part of them was missing.
From the Pyramids of Egypt to the Taj Mahal in India to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. These structures represent a legacy of strength, beauty, and pride in their culture's journey through history, and as a result, people would fight for their protection.
Take a moment and put yourself into the shoes or maybe sandals of someone who was the architect, the visionary, or the leader behind the creation of these magnificent structures.
What would it feel like to be the creative force behind something that lasts hundreds or thousands of lifetimes beyond your own? Something that becomes a piece of people's lives.
In the same way, as a leader, what if you asked yourself, "What is the legacy I want to leave behind as a result of my one precious life?"
What do you want to leave behind for the future? How do you want to be remembered?
Maybe you never considered that you could impact lives long after you've left this earth, but if there is some whispering voice inside of you that is quietly saying, "Yes, my life is meant to leave this world better than I found it!" then let's talk.
I see myself as an architect who is here to help leaders and their teams design their lives and legacies so that they can feel fulfilled, live an inspired life, and know you've made a difference.
There's nothing comparable to living as the full, true expression of your soul. So, I ask you, are you feeling this? Do you want to create an enduring legacy?
If you are, reach out, and let's talk. Stay Inspired.
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