Best-selling author Dean Renfro was interviewed recently at Business Innovators Radio by Tamara Patzer. The Business Innovators radio show features interviews with a wide variety of innovative business leaders, from early-career entrepreneurs to icons like Mark Cuban and Jeff Bezos. Tamara Patzer’s interview with Dean Renfro originally aired April 18, 2016 and also can be heard at iHeart Radio.
Dean is CEO of Business Profits Academy, a coaching and consulting business designed to help small businesses generate more leads and make more profits. He is also a husband, father, pastor and grandfather and is passionate about helping individuals and families capture their life stories, moments, precious memories and the share them with generations to come. These books are a labor of love from Dean’s own journey to capture some of the precious memories of his mom’s life when they learned she had Alzheimer’s.
“When creating a memory journal or video, it’s important to know your ‘Why’,” said Dean Renfro, author of the “Official Nana & PawPaw Making Memories Starter Guide: To Gathering, Storing & Securing Your Life’s Most Precious Moments, Stories & Events To Share With Generations To Come.” Some examples include: sharing stories with family members, preservation of family traditions, recording of family history, and sharing spiritual truths. This guide is designed to help families and individuals gather, arrange, record and share the memorable moments in their lives helping them leave a legacy for future generations. Combining more than 50 guided questions, idea starters and “how-to’s” this guide takes a proactive stance in developing a family’s history, memories and linage.
“Built with action taking in mind, the journal format allows the reader to create their lives as a story that will engage future generations with the precious memories, events, and insider ‘secrets’ of your life,” said Renfro. The guide also shares how to use the power of technology to create a living journal that allows a person to speak to future generations telling stories in their own voice. Readers also learn how to select and direct thoughts, stories and conversations to select individuals, creating that personal touch to the starter guide. “One hundred years from now, someone will be thankful that you took the time and expense to keep these memories alive. So do it. I promise, you won’t regret it,” Renfro said.
The “Official Nana & PawPaw Making Memories Starter Guide: To Gathering, Storing & Securing Your Life’s Most Precious Moments, Stories & Events To Share With Generations To Come” is available at Amazon. A second guide was just published and is called “The Official Making Memories Starter Guide For Moms: To Gather, Store and Secure Your Life’s Most Precious Moments, Stories, Antidotes & Traditions To Share With Generations To Come.” It is also available on Amazon.
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