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- Print Length: 121 pages
- Publisher: Page Two (February 18, 2020)
- Publication Date: February 18, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B083G81QJ6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,906,369 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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―Chris Ruden, Motivational Speaker and Season 1 Competitor on Titan Games with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Limb Different/Amputee
I put Everyday Legacy down and thought: “how on earth did a book that told me to think about my death get me so excited to go out and live?” But that’s what it did, and that’s why you should read it.
―Drew Dudley, Internationally bestselling author of This is Day One: A Practical Guide to Leadership That Matters --This text refers to the paperback edition.
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The only "problem" I had was that the author had his own personal awakening during a yoga retreat to the Bahamas, and he doesn't address how that opportunity may not be available to the average reader. It would have been nice to have examples on how to do the same on a smaller scale. Also, I wish he had included writing exercises based on the questions he asked throughout the book. It would have made it easier for me to ponder the questions and explore my feelings about the subjects of death and legacy.
Overall this is an inspiring book that will be useful to many readers!
Many thanks to NetGalley for my advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
Katie, you are a great researcher and marketer. I can resonate with Codi from the older man he made friends with is my grandfather from my mother's side. To his feelings towards his father, although it is slightly different, I can relate the pain of how painful it is to have a father but physically absent. Codi is talking about ego and how we handle it. How we should practice grace and be gracious in everything, we do.
Man, it takes a lot of bravery and courage to be honest and put all his feelings out there for people to understand what he is trying to tell the readers.
Codi, you did great, and thanks for writing this and sharing all your experiences with us! This book arrived on time being lazy in time of Coronavirus-19. Yes, I am lazy recently, but reading your book was the best decision and worth my time.
Thanks, Katie, for choosing me to read this, and instead of just writing a review here in Amazon, I decided to write and blog about this as I can relate the things he wrote here.
Top international reviews
This book is a masterful collection of stories that will lead you on a journey. A journey to rediscover who you really are.
Inviting you to see yourself in a different light and thus allowing you to consider how you want to be remembered beyond the things, beyond your title and definition of what you do, but who are you at the core.
Even if you have been on a deep inner journey for some time, this book will gift you the opportunity to see yourself anew again.
About a month back I had stumbled across a clip online about “living your legacy” by Codi, I was uncharacteristically moved by his words and saw that he had written a book, I preordered it and didn’t give it another thought...until that day I found it in the mail. I gave up on my list of things to do and climbed into bed with the book in tow. Within a chapter I thought; this isn’t for me, I’m not a glass half-full kinda guy, but decided to press on. Then I started dog-earring pages with paragraphs I liked, then I was halfway through the book, and I then I was photographing excerpts to keep in my phone. Before I knew it the book was complete. Surprised about getting through the whole book and how I was comforted by its content.
Codi has written a truly special book. It’s honest, insightful, and brave. He so beautifully extracts the essence of his past experiences and weaves it together into a compelling and heart filled narrative. His anecdotes and personal evaluations avoided ending in prescriptive takeaways and instructions. Instead, Codi helps to positively reframe everyday life moments and celebrate the highlights . It’s here I feel obliged to say that you will fall in love with his grandmother who I desperately want to know more about.
Implementing my personal everyday legacy doesn’t seem like an easy task but it’s a journey I feel more willing to embark on after this read.
Thanks Codi, please write more.
But that just changed after finishing this book.
✅ If you want to live with more authenticity, read this book.
✅ If you want to live with more purpose and passion, read this book.
✅ If you want to live with fewer regrets, read this book.
✅ If you want to live with less ego, read this book.
✅ If you want to live with less uncertainty, read this book.
You will not retreat investing the time and money to read this...it will change the way you live your life!
Not only do you experience a whole different perspective on life and death, but you walk away with tools to live a more purposeful, empathetic and compassionate life in each moment.
"Live the way you want to be remembered so you can leave the world without regret." ~Codi Shewan
Absolutely loved it!
It will make you think about how you want to be remembered :)