Welcome to Lifetime Writers!
We are a storytelling platform dedicated to connecting, one story at a time. Through our platform, mobile apps, tools and services, we help people make connections all over the world by enabling them to capture, brand, and share the story of a lifetime. Our platform has been inspired by writers who understand that your life is the most important story you will ever tell. Learn more...
Everyone must leave something behind before they die, my grandfather said. A child or a book or a painting or a house or a wall built or a pair of shoes made…Something our hand touched some way so your soul has somewhere to go when you die, and when people look at that tree or that flower planted, you’re there.Ray Bradbury, Farenheit 451
I write only because there is a voice within me that will not be still.Sylvia Plath
Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.Søren Kierkegaard
Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition, they somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.Steve Jobs
Preserving Your Life Story
Why Telling Your Story Is So Important.
You Are Unique.
Your life story is a legacy full of traditions, joys, pains, gains, losses, and so much more. There is no other single life story that has produced the exact same experiences or contributions as yours. No one has ever traveled the same path at the same time, place, and space as you. There never will be another you.
Sharing your story is an act of love.
Capturing your personal life story or the story of someone you cherish can help present and future generations. Sharing your story is to share your wisdom, joys, fears, obstacles and even as simple as sharing your favorite recipes. Preserving your life story is truly an act of love.
Reflection is a miracle worker.
Writing your lifetime story provides you with one of the most precious gifts of all times: Reflection. The ability to reflect on your past, present and future. Through reflection we miraculously experience insight, resolution, and connection. Lifetime Writers is definitely for those who wish to unlock and preserve the legacy of a lifetime.
Leave a legacy that will last forever.
Whether you capture your life story or the story of some one you love, Lifetime Writers is available to support your in putting all the pieces together.
Write Your Life Story
Writing your life story is such a transformative process that it is destined to become a journey of self-discovery. This is true whether you write about your own life, the life of someone who inspires you, or a fictional life story---ultimately, every word comes from your lens, your heart, your interpretation.
Lifetime writing is a unique and personal process on two counts: First, the events and experiences that make up a lifetime are unique only to the life of the person who live them, and second; the person writing the story is equally as unique.
There will never be a story told that brings these two enterprises together. Someone can write your life story, but they will never write your story the way you would tell your own story.
To be a lifetime writer is truly special because you are taking the time to make connections across your own life, and to create a legacy that can be left behind for others to learn from and enjoy. The first act of a lifetime writer is to recognize that every life story is unique. From then on, the roll is to bring that story alive in words.
Lifetime Writers is for those embarking upon such a journey. Our goal is guide you through a writing process to help you search, find, and capture relevant memories for your story. Memories are precious jewels that have been privately stored over the course of an entire lifetime. They are like hidden treasures lost at sea. This book will teach you how to deep-sea dive.
Steve Jobs Shares Three Personal Life Stories
Drawing from some of the most pivotal points in his life, Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams and see the opportunities in life's setbacks -- including death itself -- at the university's 114th Commencement on June 12, 2005.