February 24th, 2021 Virtual Meeting
The Chaos of Dealing with Death in Today’s Digital Age!
Author, Speaker, Professional Advisor/Coach, and Co-Founder & CEO, My Life and Wishes, Inc.
February 24th, 2021
11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
Members - Free
Non-members - Please Contact our Treasurer and Director of Membership, Gail Moraton for registration information
This month's program will be presented by Jonathan Braddock, Author, Speaker, Professional Advisor/Coach, and Co-Founder & CEO, My Life and Wishes, Inc.
After more than 30 years as a successful CEO and entrepreneur, specializing in employee benefit & retirement planning consulting, a personal life experience led Jon to focus in a new direction – getting our digital lives in order. Both personally and professionally!
In this enlightening discussion, Jon will walk us through how today's technology makes our lives so much easier. But contrasts that with how extremely difficult it makes it for family, loved ones, and business associates to deal with when we die. Unknown passwords, with no way to access online accounts, sends families and business associates down a path of endless scavenger hunts, in hopes to locate and access needed documents and information.
During this discussion, Jon will walk us through the critical thinking process to discover the types of planning and preparedness that needs to be done. He’ll prompt you to ask yourself: “What information do only I have that others might need if I am suddenly incapacitated.” He’ll prompt us to think about what information your partners or associates have that you would need access to if they suddenly didn’t show up for work.
Jon will share his proprietary planning checklists and resources. He’ll also give us information on the best programs for organizing and tracking information, as well as best practice solutions to store your information and plans.
Jon’s goal is to help people deal with death in this new digital age. He calls it the new “Death Etiquette”.
Jon’s most recent books are available on Amazon:
- Click Here When I Die (An irreverent take on dealing with death in today's digital world.)
- Life Planning Organizer (A workbook designed to help you record and store the critical information your loved ones will need.)
The first portion of the meeting will include chapter updates from our president, Brandon Edwards, and other Board members.
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