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Today I am joined by Karen Purze, author of Life In Motion: A Guide for Gathering Life’s Vital Details, a workbook to help people get their affairs in order. She blogs about end-of-life and emergency planning at lifeinmotionguide.com.
Whether you want to be better prepared for medical emergencies, learn estate planning basics, give your children the gift of clarity when you pass, or help your aging parents plan for the future — she is the go to expert in this arena!
“When my parents both got sick suddenly and simultaneously, I was overwhelmed with the amount of information I needed.”
The first thing she learned is that she could have been better prepared, and has since developed a toolkit to help others. I asked Karen to come on our show to share her story of why she left a successful career in tech to start a business focused on helping people tackle some of life’s most difficult areas.
We talk about things like:
- What information is included in the Life In Motion Guide
- Key information she wished she would have known that would have been helpful during the process
- What YOU can do proactively to ease stress, frustration, and financial hurdles for your parents, or your kids
- Some common places where people tend to go wrong, and how to avoid it
- Helpful advice for people on where to begin
I learned a lot from our conversation, and hope you do too! If there’s someone in your life who can benefit from today’s episode would you please share it?
P.S. Karen has a special gift for all TOL listeners! If you would like to try out any of the Life In Motion products, please use the code SimplyB-10 for 10% your entire order!
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