The Wealth of Your Life:
A Step-by-Step Guide for Creating Your Ethical Will

book-default2

icon_magnifyingglass Look inside the book

What’s new about the fourth edition? In the same lucid format, there are even more prompts, questions, and helpful examples, all embedded in easy to follow steps. There’s no better starting point to get thoughts and experiences down – whether the aim is to create a short ethical will, or to launch a memoir or personal¬† history.

The best tool on the market

An elegantly designed spiral bound guidebook provides an excellent overview of the concept of a legacy letter, and lays out a comfortable, five-step path for creation of a written document or recording.

Use it to:

  • Weigh a range of potential material and find your own focus
  • Identify stories,¬† threads and themes to weave into your personal legacy document
  • Develop an outline from which your document or recording can flow
  • Feel the satisfaction and peace of mind that comes from creating an enduring message to those you love
Order The Wealth of Your Life

Price: $23.95
Order a set of 10 @ $19.95 each

 

Testimonials

Susan Turnbull has created a powerful guide that can help anyone discover the meaning within their life. To write an Ethical Will is to embark on a journey into the heart of what makes us uniquely human.

Rev. Tim Kutzmark, Reading, MA

The wisdom we have garnered from years of experience is the greatest treasure we can pass on to those love. Susan Turnbull’s The Wealth of Your Life is a gift to all of us who are mortal and have cherished friends and family who will live on after we leave this life.

Ira Byock, MD, author of Dying Well and The Best Care Possible

Susan Turnbull’s elegant step-by-step guide to creating an ethical is a great guidebook for people who are wondering how to leave meaningful messages for their heirs but don’t know where to start.¬† The writing prompts should get you thinking and help you organize your thoughts. The book is structured to keep the writing process from being daunting — leading you to create your legacy message one sentence at a time. And if you are one of the potential heirs, CONSIDER GIVING this to your parents, thereby letting them know you want them to share their wisdom and experience with you.

Pat McNees, co-editor Your Words Are Gonna Linger: The Art of Personal History and past President of the Association of Personal Historians