Start living your legacy today and every day

Your legacy is not simply what you leave for others in future years. You live your legacy every day. It is your purpose and impact that infuses your daily actions and benefits your family, community, faith and work. It is how you use your unique talents, passions, and resources to make the world a better place.

We need to change the way we think about legacy and move beyond traditional, antiquated concepts of legacy that focus on end-of-life decisions. Your living legacy is an ongoing and timeless gift you share with those around you. And it’s priceless.

Each of us has the power to create their own living legacy.

We will show you how.  

The resources on this page will help you take the first steps on your own legacy journey by helping you identify your beliefs and values; define your purpose, and take daily actions build legacy into your work life, your place in the community, your spirituality and faith and your interactions with friends and family.

Everyone can and should have a legacy they are proud of and that reflects their contributions.

Let's start building your living legacy today

What is your legacy?

Craig takes you through the four key elements that define a legacy to help you start living yours, today.

the story of Agnes

Craig shares Agnes' story, who taught him that while we can’t all do great things we can do small things with great love.

legacy mapping

Craig introduces the process of family legacy mapping: identifying where you come from, what you want to pass on to the next generation, and what you want to let go.

positive action

Do you want a simple way to make a powerful impact at work? Craig discusses how being a workplace mentor can start a chain reaction of positive action and impact.

defining your values and your beliefs

Craig Kielburger shares the importance of defining your values and your beliefs with your partner. He points out that the two words are often thought of as interchangeable, but when breaking down the differences between the two, a couple can clarify aspects of their mutual goals that can be invaluable for their progress together.