How to be Remembered After Your Death

Rugger Burke identifies how regular, everyday people can achieve greatness.

9 Profound Lessons My Father Taught Me about Being a Great Dad

Toby Nwazor wants to be a great dad. Here are the lessons he learned from his dad which may get him there.

3 Things I Hope Will Be Written on My Gravestone

After Mike Berry is gone, this is how he wants his legacy to be remembered.

The Power of Networking

Dr. Christopher Rodgers Gives Insight Into the Real Power Networking Presents

Doing Work That Matters: A Tribute to Scott Dinsmore

“I believe the world would be an altogether different place if we all did work that actually mattered to us.” – Scott Dinsmore

The Death of Emmett Till: The Movement of a Generation

Is one boy’s death still relevant to our existence fifty-five years after he was killed? Keith Beauchamp thinks so, and he’s on a mission to show the world why.

Documenting The Life And Legacy Of Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata

In my heart, I’m a gamer.

Shadows And Shadowboxing: Bush For President?

As Jeb Bush departs for Europe to practice looking “presidential,” many people wonder if he stands a chance to be president (or should stand a chance).

6 Reasons Why You (and Every Other Guy) Should Consider Getting Married

After 20 years of marriage—Tor Constantino knows that not every marriage works great but a great marriage is worth the work.

America & Race–The Ultimate Rorschach Test

What do you think of race relations in America? Please share your thoughts–especially for global readers.

Dear Future Generations: Sorry (We Messed Up the World)

Prince Ea offers an apology to future generations for leaving them with a world that will be nothing like the one we knew.

Why We Should Fear the Future

You think life is crazy now? Rick Rosner points out how much more crazy we have to look forward to.

The 30 Lessons I Learned From My Dad By the Time I Turned 30

It is Jeff Moore’s birthday, and of all the gifts he has received, he cherishes thirty that came from his dad the most. Here they are.

Don’t Sweat Your Legacy, Because You Don’t Decide It

The death of a friend led Rick Gabrielly to realize that our legacies are determined by the receivers, not the givers.


Von Thompson writes of the Pacific Island nation of Palau, haunted by the clash of Japanese and American forces during World War II.

He Was A Good Man: How Do You Want to be Remembered?

I’ve never really cared about my legacy, and then I read the obituary of a crazy racist.