How to get creative with funding your BIGS Facilitator Training

How to get creative with funding your BIGS Facilitator Training

By Jane Duncan Rogers / September 21, 2022 /

Are you keen to do the BIGS End of Life Planning Facilitator Training but don’t have the means to pay right now? Here’s what to do… Think about who might benefit from you becoming a licensed EOL planning facilitator and ask them for help. Be very clear about what you can offer in return so that the investment in…

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The Queen's Funeral, Excellent Planning

The Queen’s Funeral, Excellent Planning

By Jane Duncan Rogers / September 20, 2022 /

The Queen’s Last Message Huw Edwards on BBC TV was speaking about the Queen having approved everything that was happening yesterday with her funeral. Obviously, for such a huge occasion, planning is essential, and it has been in place for decades (known under the code name London Bridge). It impacts the armed forces, security, logistics,…

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Lessons From The Queens Death Plan

Lessons From The Queen’s Death Plan

By Jane Duncan Rogers / September 16, 2022 /

Learning From The Queen’s Death The lessons we can learn from our Queen’s death and apply to our own mini-realms of family, friends and property. During her reign, the Queen has given us examples of many kinds of things that remind us we are all human. Even in her final years, maybe not intentionally, she…

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Elizabeth II has died - what happens now

Elizabeth II has died – what happens now?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / September 10, 2022 /

A Plan Nobody Wanted But Was Always Necessary Queen Elizabeth has died – what happens now is something that has been known about for many, many years. The Queen’s funeral plans, nicknamed ‘London Bridge’ now comes into operation. This well-thought through plan will be followed by all those involved in managing the lead up to…

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Who should I have as executor of my will

Who should I have as executor of my will?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / August 31, 2022 /

Who should I have as the executor of my will? The answer to ‘who should I have as executor of my will?’ is often ‘someone in your family’.  But what if there isn’t an obvious person in your family to take on this role?  What do you do then?  In my book, Before I Go:…

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The Women On A Mission Podcast

The Women On A Mission Podcast

By Jane Duncan Rogers / August 24, 2022 /

Sue Revell  Sue Revell wants to make a difference in this world. With over 30 years of coaching and leadership experience, Sue is on a mission to encourage strong women around the world to think big and become the best versions of themselves.  Coaching internationally, Sue’s clients are primarily world changing women who want to…

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Have you ever had to play Sherlock Holmes

Finding Documents After Someone Dies

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 18, 2022 /

Have you ever had to play Sherlock Holmes? Missing garden equipment, important documents, finding passwords, finding documents after someone dies can be a nightmare! It’s often a mystery trying to find these details after a loved one has passed. To celebrate Sherlock Holmes National Day on May 22nd, we’ll be discussing how End of Life…

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how to talk about death and dying

How to talk about death and dying

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 4, 2022 /

Talking about death and dying can be met with horror especially if the conversation seems out of the blue. A colleague Juli told me she had told her daughter what she wanted for some of her funeral service, and was taken aback when her daughter rounded on her and told her to stop talking, it…

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Why-is-End-of-Life-Planning-Important

Why is End of Life Planning Important?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / April 27, 2022 /

The Importance of End of Life Planning Why is End of Life Planning so important? Surely at some point it’ll all get taken care of, right?  Wrong! The vast majority of people wait until it’s too late to start their End of Life plan.  It’s not until stress, worry or self imposed time limits that…

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What age should you start end of life planning?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / April 13, 2022 /

When is the best time to start end of life planning? It’s a common question and the truthful answer is from age 18, i.e. when you are an adult. However, realistically, this is probably not going to happen – remember when you were 18? It’s most likely you felt that ‘older’ was age 30, ‘ancient’…

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