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Reviewed by Bil Howard for Readers' Favorite
The Legacy Driven Life, by Adil F. Dalal is a must-read for those who find themselves struggling for direction in their lives. Adil’s book shows the need and importance of changing the dash that appears between your date of birth and date of death to an infinity symbol, “∞”. He not only outlines the importance of living a legacy driven life that will live on well past your last day on earth, but takes the reader through a step by step process for visualizing one’s personal mission and vision statements in order to design a “Gold Standard Legacy”. Adil doesn’t end there. A mission and vision are pointless without moving forward and living your gold standard legacy. He gives guidance as to how to continue on course, using your mission and vision statements as the North Star and lighthouse to keep you on course. He gives several ideas for keeping yourself from being discouraged when there is resistance or you find the going difficult. He ends the book with examples of five people who overcame incredible odds in order to live a legacy driven life.
Adil’s work is inspiring. It is very much needed in our world today, because so many people are out of touch with living any sort of life that goes beyond mere existence. As Adil points out in The Legacy Driven Life, only 5% of people have any sort of plan or goal for living their life and only 1% ever achieves their goals. In today’s troubled times, the number on the other end, the 95%, are weighing down the rest of the world. If we are to truly recover from the difficult times that we face, it will take a much larger percentage of people reaching for and achieving “Gold Standard Legacies” for our world to survive and continue on through the twenty first century. This book is highly recommended as a guide to get one started on course for not only leaving behind a living legacy, but for living that legacy. It should not only be on the shelves of every corporate executive and political leader, but it should also be in their hands, being practiced and taught throughout their organizations.