The Put It In Writing Campaign to Help 600 Families With Estate Planning

New York, NY, Jun 28, 2021 -/DailyVoice/- The Put It In Writing Campaign (PIIW) To Help 600 Families with Estate Planning. The current pandemic has reinforced the idea that estate planning needs immediate attention; as everyone needs to have a strategy for advance planning in their lives. The Reprogramming Institute LLC (TRI) is committed to their pursuit of helping families to put their households in order and has taken it a notch higher with the groundbreaking program of the PUT IT IN WRITING Campaign (PIIW). The goal of the Put It In Writing Campaign is to create new statistics regarding the amount of individuals who want and need to have their wishes legally documented to help clarify comprehensive family matters, especially upon the demise of a relative.

An old adage is a “Short pencil is better than a long memory” emphasizes the need for putting business affairs in writing; and it is also a known fact if one has their affairs in order it helps to avoid lengthy estate litigation and administration cost and untold hours to rectify estate matters.

Death is one of the inevitable events in the world. Despite being an unwanted phenomenon; and often unpredictable, the occurrence is certain and usually leaves people devastated. While some have realized the importance of putting their desires down on paper in black and white to ensure that no conflicts arise after they are gone, millions of others have failed in this respect, ultimately leaving the family in chaos upon their death. The Covid-19 pandemic has further brought to bear the importance of putting the necessary documents in order before transitioning to the great beyond. The PIIW team is looking to make a difference with its recently launched campaign in real time.

The PIIW campaign was created to help participants leverage the expertise of the PUT IT IN WRITING team in creating new generational habits of what it means to offer peace over panic, clarity over chaos and unity over division when it comes to family matters. The goal is to help individuals embrace the subjects of Health Care Proxies, Living Wills, Wills and Trusts; making the conversation relatively comfortable with loved ones.

The campaign will concentrate on three areas which are to help to protect the mental, financial, and emotional wellbeing of family members following the death of a relative. It will also contribute significantly to helping people plant seeds for generational wealth.

The team at Put It In Writing has garnered a reputation in this regard and has over 15 years of experience assisting families with putting their households in order and helping families to carry out the wishes of the wishes of their loved ones.

For more information about the Putting It In Writing Campaign and how to be a part of this movement, visit – www.piiwcampaign.com. The campaign continues across social media, including Facebook and Instagram.

“Boomers Thriving After The Pandemic” Virtual Summit Set for June 30

Some refer to the pandemic as “the lost year”. What comes next?. The upcoming “Boomers Thriving after the Pandemic” Virtual Summit brings together authors, experts and thought leaders to help chart your next steps. The virtual event is sponsored and hosted by “Hey, Boomer”, a national podcast and brand aimed at helping Baby Boomers rediscover their passion to learn, grow and have an impact in their lives and their communities.

The virtual summit is set for June 30, at 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. ET. Attendance is $59 per person and a portion of the proceeds with by donated to The Walk to End Alzheimer’s and Meals on Wheels. To RSVP, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/boomers-thriving-after-the-pandemic-tickets-155961849089

Three recognized experts in the field of aging will participate. Among the panelists is Sara Zeff Geber, Ph.D., author of “Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers” which was selected as a “best book on aging well” by the Wall Street Journal. Dr. Geber focuses on the 20 percent of baby boomers who don’t have children and others who are aging alone for other reasons. She will be talking about the importance of community and how to build that support.

Also included is Helen Dennis, a nationally recognized leader on issues of aging, employment and the new retirement. She has received numerous awards for her university teaching at USC’s Davis School of Gerontology and for her contributions to the field of aging, the community and literary arts. Editor of two books, author of over 100 articles and frequent speaker, she has helped over 20,000 employees prepare for the non-economic aspects of retirement. As a weekly syndicated columnist she writes on the subject of Successful Aging for the Southern California News Group, reaching 1.6 million readers and completing almost 1,000 columns. She has been recognized by PBS Next Avenue as one of the 50 Influencers in aging who continue to push beyond traditional boundaries and change our understanding of what it means to grow older.

John Tarnoff, MA is a career transition coach, speaker and author, who helps late career professionals transition to meaningful and sustainable second-act careers beyond traditional retirement. His book, “Boomer Reinvention: How to Create Your Dream Career Over 50,” launched on CBS This Morning, and has become a resource for all generations looking to gain more control over their careers. John has also been named a Top Influencer in Aging by PBS Next Avenue.

The conversation will be led by Greenville, South Carolina entrepreneur Wendy Green. Green is the founder and host of “Hey, Boomer”, a national live show and podcast and brand aimed at helping Baby Boomers rediscover their passion to learn, grow and have an impact in their lives and their communities.

For more information about the Hey, Boomer event, visit the official website: https://heyboomer.biz

Vingle.Live Has Reinvented Online Dating

Denver, CO, December 13, 2020 – Jennifer Woods is an expert in the fields of online dating and matchmaking. Having worked in the industry for more than 20 years, she has developed a keen insight into the benefits and common pitfalls of online dating, particularly in the midst of a pandemic. She created Vingle.Live out of a desire to help sincere singles find each other. Each night there is a Vingle (short for virtual mingle) happening on Zoom. Local singles can get together safely in a group video chat, and a host provides topics, games, and monitoring.

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“When I saw all the different ways people were using Zoom to adapt to remote work, I saw a real opportunity to fix what’s broken with online dating.” – Jennifer Woods

As anyone who has experienced online dating knows, it is fraught with challenges. From fake profiles, to bots, to old profile pictures, to people outright asking for sex or cash, it can feel like a tremendous waste of time. Hours of swiping often results only in frustration (or worse – depression). Jennifer created Vingle.Live so singles could safely interact person to person, from the safety and comfort of home. While this benefit is always great, it is even more relevant during COVID. They can see, talk to, and really get to know someone before investing the time and energy of meeting for a date. Hosts add another layer of security, and create a fun atmosphere.

“I’ve found the Vingle sessions to be fun and relaxed, a great way to get to know new people that are also looking to date. Jennifer does a wonderful job moderating and moving the conversations along with good topic discussions. I’ve attended three Vingles and plan to attend more!” – Paul L.

Vingle.Live is a reinvention of online dating. Combining the intimacy of live human interaction with the safety of meeting virtually, Vingle.Live offers singles the dating solution they have been waiting for.

Visit our website and join Vingle.Live today!

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