Sharing time with family and creating great memories are some of the best experiences life has to offer. Take time to get to know and share stories with your grandparents, aunts and uncles, cousins and extended family. Once the generation that is over 55-60 has passed, many of the things they know will be gone. Their generation was a time before the electronic and digital age and most of the records are not available digitally. Figure out as much of your family tree from those over 55, so later on if you want to know anything you can get the answers before the information holders are gone. Passing on to the next generation not just an inheritance, but the family tree knowledge is a way to speak to your family in future generations well after you are gone. It's a step in the right direction to model the way.
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Mark A. Watkins is a Region Sales Manager in the Midwest with Rollins, Inc. and strives to Model the Way as a Sales Leader, Teacher, Visionary, Innovator, Problem Solver, Coach and Mentor.