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Jun 7, 2023

Blake Brewer is the founder of the Legacy Letter Challenge. At 19 years old, Blake Brewer’s father drowned while they were snorkeling together in Hawaii. Hours later, his mother discovered a letter his dad had planned to give him on their trip. In the letter, his dad not only shared great life advice but he poured out his heart. That letter changed Blake’s life forever. 

The world is changing and isn’t getting any easier to navigate. After having children of his own, Blake realized how difficult it is to write a letter like his dad did. But he believes every child needs that letter. Blake is now on a mission to help 1 million dads and moms leave a lasting legacy letter for their children.

He’s created a 10-step online program to help parents write a letter that will impact their children today and be cherished for a lifetime. Listen in for some great takeaways from Blake’s journey of tragedy to helping parents leave a legacy for their children that will make an impact for generations. 

You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in...

  • Learn more about Blake Brewer and his father [3:07]
  • How the Legacy Letter Challenge came to be [6:33]
  • Why our children reading our words is so powerful [11:26] 
  • Why Blake believes a Dad’s Super Power is his words [14:16] 
  • What inspired Blake to turn this into a business venture [15:22] 
  • How writing a legacy letter can transform your family’s life [21:19]
  • Should you update and rewrite letters throughout your children’s lives? [24:35] 
  • Why writing a letter is an easy way to start conversations [26:01] 
  • How to use the legacy letter to connect on a deeper level [27:35] 
  • Blake’s tips for someone struggling through tragedy [29:14] 
  • What Blake did today that put him in the right mindset for success [31:22]

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Blake is on a mission to help 1 million dads and moms leave a lasting legacy for their children. Blake has a wonderful wife and loves being a father to his three children, all under 8. As he leads his family, he draws from many mentors, but none more important than his late father, Larry Brewer.

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