What is I-Ask?

Since 2008, I-Ask has served as the ’cause-marketing’ arm of the Living Legacy Project (LLP), whose mission is to collect and archive the human experience of the 20th century, arguably the greatest body of wisdom in history.

To accomplish its mission the LLP relies on I-Ask’s professional StoryKeepers to record Legacy Talk interviews and provide assistance with building the family narrative (legacy).

I-Ask members are compassionate people who desire a career in their own family legacy practice. In addition to startups, other members join I-Ask to expand their existing client base including personal historians, genealogists, financial advisors, senior care providers, and more.

To that end, I-Ask provides its members with innovative cause-marketing resources and support to succeed in the fast-growing legacy space, on a part or full-time basis.

If you are serious about starting a rewarding career in your own business or adding value and differentiation to your existing practice, please invest 15 minutes to watch the recorded webinar below presented by I-Ask Cofounder, Tom Cormier.

Nationally Recognized Leadership

Dennis Stack is a former Senior VP Branch Manager for UBS/PaineWebber. Over a career spanning 20+ years, Dennis built a network of professionals in estate planning, wealth management, accounting and insurance with a focus on intergenerational wealth planning.

After losing his father then losing his mother soon after, he regretted not taking time to ask about their past. It was while working with hospice caregivers that Dennis decided to leave his successful career and founded Project StoryKeeper, now known as  the Living Legacy Project, to provide story collection training and resources to senior care providers and financial advisors across the country.

To that end, he created the StoryKeeper User Guide, which was the genesis of the Legacy Stories Handbook. He trained over 5,000 senior care providers in over 800 hospices, assisted living and veterans communities, as well as numerous financial advisors and estate planners.

Tom Cormier is former CEO and host of the Let’s Talk America radio show, which for 15 years aired on over 450 radio stations in the U.S. and Canada, focusing on self-improvement and personal achievement.

He co-founded the Living Legacy Project with Dennis after being inspired by his message as a guest on the show. In his role as CEO, Tom produced the groundbreaking Legacy Café Podcast, the Legacy Talk Digest, the Family Legacy Coaching System, and led development of the award-winning LegacyStories.org archive.

Tom is recognized across North America for building an entire legacy ecosystem with new revenue pathways for trusted professionals who serve families and their elders.

His memoir, The Disappearing Cemetery, tells the story of his heritage going back over 2,000 years.

I-Ask Membership Options



Free Trial

Advocate

$14/mo.

30-day money back

guarantee!

I-ASK Member Interactive Group 

'Legacy Talk' Tutorial Videos

Living Legacy Project

Promo Video & Links




Email & Chat

Support

10% Discount on Webinars,

Legacy Solutions

ImpleMentor Sessions


StoryKeeper

$29/mo.

30-day money back

guarantee!

I-ASK Member Interactive Group

'Legacy Talk' Tutorial Videos

Living Legacy Project

Promo Video & Links

Legacy Talk Digest

Cause Marketing Content

Continuing Education

Legacy Lab Tutorials

Business Essentials

Email & Chat

Support

20% Discount on Webinars,

Legacy Solutions

ImpleMentor Sessions

AMBASSADOR

$49/mo.

30-day money back

guarantee!

I-ASK Member Interactive Group

'Legacy Talk' Tutorial Videos

Living Legacy Project

Promo Video & Links

Legacy Talk Digest

Cause Marketing Content

Continuing Education

Legacy Lab Tutorials

Business Essentials

Email, Chat & Phone

Support 

30% Discount on Webinars,

Legacy Solutions

ImpleMentor Sessions

 

Private ImpleMentor

Strategy Session 

10 Legacy Stories

Handbooks

Legacy Concierge

Directory Listing

Ambassador Program

Password-Protected

Resources

Featured Ambassadors, StoryKeepers and Advocates

Questions?
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