3 Secrets to an Impactful 
Legacy Letter 

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6 Mistakes to Avoid

Thank you so much for listening to my Entrepreneurs on Fire interview with John Lee Dumas.  If you are a dad with young children, teenagers, or an empty nester, your children need your guiding voice and you want it to be lasting. 
With the way the world is going and with all of the distractions and competing voices that are on social media and the internet, a father's voice has never been more important. 
Writing a Legacy Letter is one of the best tools for you to connect with and influence your children in a lasting way.
1. Writing your Legacy Letter will be an amazing self reflective journey for you. 
2. Finishing your Legacy Letter is an unbelievable feeling of accomplishment. 
3. Giving your Legacy Letter to your children is indescribable.  
4. Watching your children become more confident and successful in life...PRICELESS. 
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About the Legacy Letter Challenge

18 years ago Blake lost his father in a tragic drowning accident.  But because his father, Larry Brewer, had written a Legacy Letter he not only made it through the time but is still being guided by his father today. 

Blake sees how difficult it is for a father to connect and cut through the distractions to be guiding voice in a person's life in this. "information age".

"A Legacy Letter that connects, communicates a father's heart, guides and affirms is essential for today's father.  In the past, it was overwhelming and difficult for busy fathers to even get started on this letter.  The Legacy Letter Challenge solves both of those issues."

With the Legacy Letter Challenge, you can finally have an amazing, priceless letter with everything in it that a child needs to hear for a price that every dad can afford. 
  

Blake Brewer | Legacy Letter Founder

"Helping dads write a Legacy Letter is a great idea! 
I wish you the best of success in it!" 
Robert Lewis
Founded Men's Fraternity
Reached 1 Million Men

3 Secrets to a Legacy Letter With Impact 
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6 Mistakes to Avoid

If you are a dad with young children, teenagers, or an empty nester, your children need your guiding, lasting voice and influence.
With the way the world is going and with all of the distractions and competing voices that are on social media and the internet, a father's voice has never been more important. 
Writing a Legacy Letter is one of the best tools to connect with and influence your children in a lasting way.
1. Writing your Legacy Letter is a self reflective journey that will help you be a better man, husband, and father.
2. Finishing your Legacy Letter is an unbelievable feeling of accomplishment.  
3. Giving your Legacy Letter to your children is indescribable.      
4. Watching your children become confident and successful in life...PRICELESS. 
We hate spammers.  We'll never share your information.

About the Legacy Letter Challenge

18 years ago Blake lost his father in a tragic drowning accident.  But because his father, Larry Brewer, wrote a Legacy Letter, Blake not only made it through this difficult time in his life but is still being guided and influenced by his father's voice to this day. 

Blake sees the impact a father's voice can have through a tool like the Legacy Letter which is why he's giving his life towards helping 1 Million fathers write their letter.

"A Legacy Letter that connects, communicates a father's heart, guides and affirms is essential for today's father.  In the past, it was overwhelming and difficult for busy fathers to even get started on this letter.  The Legacy Letter Challenge solves both of those issues."

With the Legacy Letter Challenge, you can finally have an amazing, priceless letter with everything in it that a child needs to hear for a price that every dad can afford. 
  

Blake Brewer | Legacy Letter Founder

"Helping dads write a Legacy Letter is a great idea!
 
I wish you the best of success in it!" 
Robert Lewis
Founded Men's Fraternity
Impacting 1 Million Men