“How much is your life story worth?”, asked The Sunday Times recently. It’s a hot topic, as more people than ever are penning their memoirs with the help of companies including LifeBook, the world’s leading private memoir and autobiography service. The Sunday Times article explores why it has become such a phenomenon.
BBC recently invited Roy to discuss the growing interest in writing memoirs and autobiographies. He also shared how it all started when he wanted to capture his father Jules' stories and sent his personal assistant to document everything. After Jules' book was finalised, he wanted to help others with their memoirs.
Is it possible to end 2020 better than LifeBook's founder Roy Moëd being interviewed by Elaine Pofeldt for Forbes? The article "This Entrepreneur Has Built A Fast-Growing Business Helping Elderly People Tell Their Stories" is centered around how Roy's father Jules inspired him to set up LifeBook in 2012.
Stephanie Hirst, BBC Radio Leeds, recently invited LifeBook's founder Roy to talk about how writing a memoir could give lonely and isolated older citizens an interesting project to work on. Roy spoke about how his father Jules got his appetite for life back when he wrote his memoir "Life Is For Sharing".
LifeBook's founder Roy Moëd was invited for an interview by Alan Wick for his new radio show, ‘Real Business with Alan Wick’. This new exciting show aired on 25th November on 107 Meridian and is broadcasted at 5 pm on the last Sunday of every month. Alan talks to entrepreneurs from various business sectors.
We are very grateful for all of the support YPO has provided. Our founder Roy Moëd, a member of YPO, has been promoting the private autobiography journey as ‘A Project to Live For’. Among other things, YPO produced a video capturing the essence of LifeTime Memoirs and Roy’s passion for caring for aging parents.
We are very grateful for YPO's support of LifeBook's quest to help people supporting their parents better. Roy, our founder. was interviewed by YPO for their website about what inspired him to start LifeBook. It’s great to see such an amazing organization showing an interest in Roy’s campaign to help people care for their parents.
In Reader's Digest's latest podcast, LifeBook is in the good company of best-selling novelist Santa Montefiore, who talks about her new book Daughters of Castle Deverill, singer-songwriter Harriet and debut writer Kit de Waal. Moreover, the editorial team discusses the transition from childhood to adulthood.
We were very honored to be featured in BBC's article "Memoirs are no longer just for the rich and famous" telling the stories of memoir gifters Ali Levin and memoir author Ichko Gombodorj. The article also covers the inspiration behind the company and how the LifeBook expert team delivers the service.
Roy Moëd's, Founder of LifeBook, story caught the attention of The Daily Mail. Roy talks about how an exercise to put purpose back into his dad’s life and give him a reason to look forward to tomorrow led to the idea of LifeBook. The interviews for his memoir quickly became the highlight of his father's week.