Write a Note to Self

by | May 5, 2021

April showers bring May flowers. Snow free trails invite biking and hiking. Planning a summer escape to your favorite get away. What are you up to?

As I write this, I guess I am looking inside and wondering. When I saw the following “note to self” on the internet, I thought it applied. I changed the note a bit.

Note to Self

“What is my purpose in life?”  I asked the void.

“What if I told you that you fulfilled it when you took an extra hour to talk to that kid about his life?” said the voice.

“Or when you paid for that young couple in the restaurant? Or when you saved that dog in traffic? Or when you tied your father’s shoes for him? 

One way to define your purpose is to look at your heart. . . . “When you choose to act out of kindness, compassion and love, you are already aligned with your true purpose.

No need to look any further!”

I believe the majority of my clients are taking action from a place in their heart. They are creating their estate plans in order to make life easier when an event occurs that requires their loved ones to step into their shoes and make decisions for them.

I often hear other attorneys ponder, “If not now, what needs to happen in your life for you to create your estate plan?”

In my experience, clients find the process of creating their plans easier when their lives are sailing smoothly.

My office is here to assist you in creating and updating your estate plan when you are ready.

I really like the sentiment, “Do something today that your future self will thank you for.”

It’s easy to get started. Sign up to attend one on my estate planning workshops on my website: www.akwillstrusts.com, or call my office at 907-334-9200 now. Today is your day!


Connie Aschenbrenner

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