Working on a piece about Life Planning and/or want to interview a Registered Life Planner® (RLP®) for your blog, podcast, or other publication?
Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know:
- your intended topic or angle
- specific questions you’d like to ask
- your deadline(s)
- intended publications, audiences and/or venues
We’re happy to share information about Life Planning and will connect you to appropriate experts from our global community and/or the Kinder Institute of Life Planning team.
For consumer/client audiences:
- What is Life Planning?
- Why should my financial planner be a Registered Life Planner?
- Why is Life Planning the best form of fiduciary financial advice?
- How does Life Planning help people unlock the greatest values in their lives?
- How can people who can’t afford a Life Planner at present get started doing their own life planning, online?
- How do Kinder Institute’s “Three Questions” help people discover what matters the most to them?
- What should clients expect from their initial meetings with a Registered Life Planner?
For financial advisor and other professional audiences:
- How does Life Planning create a client-centered financial practice?
- How have RLP designees incorporated Life Planning into their existing practices?
- What do financial professionals say about their experience of Kinder Institute’s Life Planning training?
- How do RLP professionals use the life planning approach in their personal financial decisions?
- What are some client success stories within a life planning practice?
If properly introduced and attributed to George Kinder and Kinder Institute of Life Planning, media professionals may include our signature “Three Questions” in their stories about life planning.
Imagine that you are financially secure, that you have enough money to take care of your needs, both now and in the future. The question is: How would you live your life? Would you change anything? Let yourself go: Don’t hold back on your dreams. Describe a life that is complete, that is richly yours.
Now imagine visiting your doctor, who tells you that you have only five-to-ten years left to live. The good news is that you won’t ever feel sick. The bad news is that you will have no notice of the exact moment of your death. What will you do in the time you have remaining to live? Will you change your life – and how will you do it?
This time your doctor shocks you with the news that you have only one day left to live. It’s not about what you would do on that day. Notice what feelings arise as you confront your full mortality. Ask yourself: What did I miss? Whom did I not get to be? What did I not get to do?
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Please let us know if you include the “Three Questions” in your article or podcast so we can share it with our audience.
Please include the following in publications about the Kinder Institute of Life Planning, its RLP® designation, and its programming:
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