Unless you’re a great composer, artist, author, or architect, the biggest legacy most people leave will be their [well-adjusted] children. At 28, I’m not there yet.
When I was 12, I organized a team of 40 people to build a trail bridge at a local park for my Eagle Scout project. I recently visited the park in northern Virginia and I saw the Boy Scout bridge is still there, 15 years later. [see the photo above]
So much has changed in my life in the past 15 years, but the bridge is still there.
What is — or will be — your legacy?