Planning Ahead



Description

Participants will develop a practical plan, gathering personal or business information and paperwork, which will allow for someone to seamlessly assume responsibility due to personal crisis or death.

Have you thought about who would step in to pay your mortgage, care for your pets or make sure the taxes are sent on time if you should end up in the hospital for an extended period? Take it a step further. When you die, who will be responsible to take care of your personal business? Perhaps you already have that person selected, but would they have the information needed to do the job? It would be invaluable to have each piece of your business gathered in a systematic way and easily accessible to whomever you wish to prevent unnecessary wasted time and energy.

This class will be labor intensive. How will you adjust your schedule to fit in the homework of at least five hours weekly? Are you willing to give up social media for a season, step down temporarily from a favorite ministry or have less time at your gym? The time you invest now will save the person handling your affairs countless hours.

This class will not give you advice on preparing your will or other legal documents, but it will help you create a system for information retrieval. Plan ahead and enhance your reputation for being responsible.



Course Instructor

Sandy Brannon

I desire to be personally responsible and encourage others to be the same.

My excitement for this class is a result of walking alongside a number of people who had the responsibility of closing the affairs of someone who left disorganization at every turn. As a life coach, I repeatedly saw how negatively this impacted my clients and was determined not to do this to our daughter.




Course Prerequisites

The prerequisites for this course are listed below.

[Required Listening] [Other Requirements]
  • Commit to five hours homework per week.
  • Identify how you will adjust your schedule to accomplish this project.

Description

Participants will develop a practical plan, gathering personal or business information and paperwork, which will allow for someone to seamlessly assume responsibility due to personal crisis or death.

Have you thought about who would step in to pay your mortgage, care for your pets or make sure the taxes are sent on time if you should end up in the hospital for an extended period? Take it a step further. When you die, who will be responsible to take care of your personal business? Perhaps you already have that person selected, but would they have the information needed to do the job? It would be invaluable to have each piece of your business gathered in a systematic way and easily accessible to whomever you wish to prevent unnecessary wasted time and energy.

This class will be labor intensive. How will you adjust your schedule to fit in the homework of at least five hours weekly? Are you willing to give up social media for a season, step down temporarily from a favorite ministry or have less time at your gym? The time you invest now will save the person handling your affairs countless hours.

This class will not give you advice on preparing your will or other legal documents, but it will help you create a system for information retrieval. Plan ahead and enhance your reputation for being responsible.



Course Instructor

Sandy Brannon

I desire to be personally responsible and encourage others to be the same.

My excitement for this class is a result of walking alongside a number of people who had the responsibility of closing the affairs of someone who left disorganization at every turn. As a life coach, I repeatedly saw how negatively this impacted my clients and was determined not to do this to our daughter.




Course Prerequisites

The prerequisites for this course are listed below.

[Required Listening] [Other Requirements]
  • Commit to five hours homework per week.
  • Identify how you will adjust your schedule to accomplish this project.