Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Marketing to Baby Boomers

David Weigelt's book is a must read. Brilliant. Check this out if you want to impact the Baby Boomer market and reach them online.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Take a Memory Journal to your family reunion

Reunions are a great place to use LifeBio's thought-provoking, carefully-crafted biography questions....Read on and start planning YOUR next reunion.

Judy writes, “We were planning a very special family reunion for the immediate family members & spouses only – the first one following the passing of our mother a few years earlier.
I was quite aware of LifeBio and its diverse applications at capturing and sharing family information, so I decided to pull certain pages from LifeBio's Memory Journal and use these as talking points for one designated evening gathering. Each sibling received the information in advance and had ample time to think about what was appropriate to share. On this special evening of sharing, the emotional thermometer was high as we used the thought-provoking questions to stimulate our memories. Because the age span was a 12-year range, there were things discovered by the older and the younger siblings about our parents, in particular. We learned so much more about each other as well. In fact, in some cases, healing occurred because of misinterpretations or not knowing information. It was a GREAT way to revisit our past, a wonderful venue for some hearty laughter, a time for reflection, and an exercise to embrace and appreciate each other and our family heritage. Most important, the LifeBio evening became the catalyst for us to set the next family reunion, which we did that evening!”

Monday, June 22, 2009

Twittering away & created a Twibe too

Twitter is fascinating me. In about 1 week, I have over 300 followers and I've found a ton of people I'd like to follow too. See my Twitter account at www.twitter.com/lifebio

I also created a new thing called a "Twibe". A Twibe is like a specialized group that people want to follow. So the twibe I created is... http://www.twibes.com/group/aging

Please feel free to follow either the Twitter account or the Twibe. Remember that LifeBio makes writing an autobiography easy. We also have a terrific memory book called the Memory Journal.

Sunday, June 07, 2009

LifeBio receives caregiver award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Contact:
Beth Sanders
LifeBio.com
937-303-4574
bsanders@lifebio.com
http://www.lifebio.com/

Marysville, Ohio – LifeBio, Inc. is the recipient of the 2009 Caregiver Friendly Product Award by Today’s Caregiver magazine.

LifeBio helps people to tell and share life stories, preserving memories and relationships to last for generations. LifeBio.com simplifies the publishing process so that anyone can create their own autobiography book by using LifeBio’s carefully-crafted questions either online or in a Memory Journal. In addition, LifeBio's new MemoryBio program works for those with Alzheimer's Disease or other forms of dementia--an excellent photo-based tool for caregivers to use when conversing with a loved one. LifeBio's group offerings provide curriculum for local LifeBio 101 classes to be offered in the local area to older adults and caregivers.

Beth Sanders, LifeBio founder and CEO, said, “LifeBio provides great products that bring people together to build relationships while capturing and sharing life stories. The result is an opportunity for people of all ages to see and appreciate each other in a new and remarkable way.”

"The Today’s Caregiver award signifies that LifeBio.com and Ms. Sanders understand the value of supporting family caregivers and have created something that not only helps a caregiver care for their loved ones but also improves his or her quality of life in the process,” said Gary Barg, CEO/editor in chief of Today's Caregiver Magazine.

For more information about LifeBio.com, go to http://www.lifebio.com/ or contact Ms. Sanders at LifeBio.com, 246 W. Fifth St., Suite 204, Marysville, OH 43040. Her telephone number is (937) 303-4574.

Learn more about LifeBio.com by visiting http://www.lifebio.com/ or learn more about LifeBio's Certified Community Program by clicking here:
http://www.lifebio.com/Communities.htm