Your humm is a low, steady vibration or a murmur that comes from deep inside. Listen quietly – it helps guide what you do, who you are, what drives you.
Your humm is what sets you a part from everyone else – it’s honesty makes you distinctive; it’s your story.

A legacy is about living. It’s about celebrating relationships, reflecting on the many wonderful acts and
generously shared talents that you've contributed and determining what paths, new or old, we want to continue on, and sharing
wisdoms & perspectives to future generations by paying it forward with clarity and purpose.

Everyone has a story – share it. More to come....

 

“As human beings, our job in life is to help people realize how rare and valuable each one of us really is, that each of us has something that no one else has – or ever will have – something inside that is unique to all time. It’s our job to encourage each other to discover that uniqueness and to provide ways of developing its expression.”

– Fred Rogers

 
 
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About.

Think about it.  Every day we listen to and learn from people’s contributions as authors, scientists, teachers, artists, chefs, community advocates, etc.  We listen to our contemporaries and to those who came before us for a deeper understanding and perspective on life – allowing us to learn from history, from one another as we take our own journeys.

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Our Process.

What's involved?
Getting to know you


It starts with a cup of coffee or lunch. Listening to your stories and getting to know you.

Acting on your goals

Together we develop and organize your action plan and materials - the goal is to build something you are proud to share. Our support staff is here to help you bring your project to life

Coaching through process


Our coaching skills and creativity allow us to dive right into conversations to understand your legacy project ideas. There are no limits to this!

Celebrating accomplishments

Sometimes these celebrations come in waves (you could discover there is more you want to do!) and sometimes it’s a quiet reflection on the job you just did. Knowing that you have just completed a true representation for generations to come of what you saw, what you appreciated, what you loved and what you learned.

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Our team.

Who are we?
Brooke Bechtold

Founder & Coach

Lee Bechtold

CIO

 

“Be humble with your creativity and grateful with your success.” 

– Quincy Jones 

 
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Our Projects.

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Photographer

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Governor Patrick J. Quinn

Portrait of a soldier.

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Keep an eye out

Check back often to see what’s next.

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Testimonials.

Brooke is the most reliable, friendly and people-smart person I’ve ever had work for me in any capacity. She manages any situation with ease and is absolutely unflapple in a crisis. But most of all she has great insight and wisdom about people and how they work together. I trust her and her judgment implicitly.
Becky Hurley

Senior Land Use Advisor

Brooke brings a level of enthusiasm to her work that enables the individual to participate fully in advancing to achieving their goals.
Jim Ballard

Photographer

Brooke is a process-driven professional focused on strengthening people’s confidence and allowing them to speak to their messages and act on their goals organically. She has a gift for clearly narrowing in on the most minute gaps while looking at the big picture. Brooke’s caring demeanor and patience bring to full circle the services she offers.

Sendy Soto

Director of Community Benefit and Advocacy

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Media

Press
Podcasts
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Resources & Wonderful Reads

What is Legacy Coaching?
  I love thinking about & remembering my grandmother.  She would tell stories about days gone by over a well-balanced breakfast that always included stewed prunes and cranberry juice.  Entertainment for…
The Good Burn of Agile Values
Recently I started weight training at my local YMCA with a personal trainer.  The impetus had a little to do with watching my parents age with wonky spines, a little to…

 

“The essence of America  lies not in the headlined heroes . . . but in the everyday folks who live and die unknown, yet leave their dreams as legacies.” 

  – Alan Lomax

 
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