Amy is End in Mind’s Operations Manager.
What does it mean for you to live with the End in Mind?
For me, living with the End in Mind means being wholly present, honest, clear and open. I try to be clear in communication and say what I mean. I tell my family and friends how important they are to me, and I make sure they know they are loved. I want to know, at the end of my life, that I have lived and loved completely.
Deathbed Playlist Song Choice:
“Here Comes the Sun” by The Beatles.
Favorite Bucket List Item:
Traveling. Anywhere. Everywhere.
What habit makes your life worth living?
Taking a moment every day with my children to talk about their lives and hear what they think and feel.
If you had one quote on your headstone, what would it be?
“The memories of me live on through the stories of others.”
What excites you about being the End in Mind Operations Manager?
I’m excited to see how I can help End In Mind flourish. How we can take difficult topics, difficult times in life, and make positive changes in the lives of others. I want to inspire others to live their lives to the fullest, and in doing so, make sure my life has meaning.