Doug and his co-host Amberly talk about something taboo but very important – death. They each share their own experiences with the death of loved ones and how to deal with grief.
They also explore the connection between death and finances and how to put together an In Case Of Death binder.
Oh, and Doug envisions his ideal memorial – and we’re here for it.
Dealing with the death of loved ones
- How witnessing death in childhood can shape us in adulthood
- Can we ever prepare for a person’s death?
- Dealing with grief
- Advice from a hospice chaplain
Death and finances
- Death binder
- CEO plan
And, What we’re thankful for…
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0:00 – Intro
3:51 – Amberly’s experiences with death
7:08 – Doug’s experience
11:50 – Can we ever prepare for a person’s death?
17:54 – What it means to live a high-quality life
23:46 – Dealing with a friend’s passing
35:04 – Things we would be thankful for in case we died tomorrow
37:38 – How we would wrap up our lives before we go
41:53 – Finances and death
42:54 – In-case-of-death binder
47:12 – Putting together a CEO plan
52:22 – Closing words from a hospice chaplain
53:19 – ”How you live is how you die” – is it true?
58:06 – Helping others deal with grief
58:59 – Why attending your own memorial is a great idea