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Ep. 5: How to Tell Your Story and Leave Your Legacy with Nanette Randall

Posted by Karen M. Wyatt on January 2, 2016 at 11:00 PM


Join us for this interview to learn:


  • Why creating a personal history to leave for your loved ones is important
  • What you can do now to begin preserving your stories and life wisdom for the people you love
  • Options for sharing your stories and getting professional writing help if needed

 

Nanette Randall enjoyed a long career as a business partner to operations, marketing, and sales leaders as a human resources associate and confidante. She worked for both small and large organizations such as Popeye's Chicken, Price Waterhouse, Wendy's International, and MoneyGram.


After a layoff in early 2006, Nanette embarked on a new challenge when she created Memoirs by Design, a personal history business. She believes everything up to that point was a primer for what she is doing today. Personal history is her life's work, and she is honored to have helped dozens of individuals, families, and small businesses capture their stories.


Nanette builds trust and uses her sensitivity, curiosity, and compassion to help others remember their favorite memories about people, places, and things, from earliest years to present life. Interviews are saved to CD's. When books and self-publishing projects are commissioned, Nanette carefully transcribes, writes and organizes what has been shared into a legacy treasure that includes cherished photographs. Books are for personal use, but they are more than that. They are the stories that did not get away. And, Memoirs by Design Press offers publishing solutions to fit most budgets.

 

Website: www.memoirsbydesign.com


Categories: Arts and the Media, Creative Arts, Podcast

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