I discovered LifeBook one day purely by chance when scanning the internet back in 2014, and I recall thinking to myself what an excellent idea it was as we all have a story to tell. The primary reason for my thinking was that my late father had been a relatively shy man who rarely discussed much of his life in any detail, despite his many achievements and that he had much to be proud of. Sadly, he passed away many years ago and I was never able to elicit or assemble sufficient information in any form that would provide a viable history.
I stored this thought for about a year and, one day, I reflected on the issue and thought to myself, ‘I’ve had a pretty interesting and varied life with all sorts of experiences, some good, some bad, and a few indifferent. Maybe my grandchildren would find some of it interesting, so why not seriously consider getting everything written down before I actually forget the events that have shaped my life or when my time actually comes to an end?’
I cannot praise LifeBook enough and I would absolutely recommend their services to anyone – and if my experience is anything to go by, you never know where it might lead.