Hello and welcome to Dockleaf Conversations, I’m so pleased you’re here! 😊
You may have stumbled across this page at random or perhaps you came here intentionally; either way, a very warm welcome to you.
Who am I?
Let me introduce myself. I’m Annette and I am an End of Life Planning Coach. I work with people who have no reason to think that End of Life is near… plan for it anyway.
I help them to document everything from where their will is, to the kind of funeral they want, right down to the details of their Netflix account because … you gotta take care of the important stuff too! #amiright? 😛
Many of us simply aren’t comfortable talking about death or end-of-life matters which is why I set up Dockleaf Conversations; to help take the ‘sting’ out of having some of those discussions.
On This Website
Some of the things you’ll find on this website, now and in the future:
- Videos & Blogs on all aspects of End of Life Planning – the things to think about and how go capture them in your End of Life Plan;
- Interviews (not here yet – stay tuned!) with people who work in this area and who really know what they’re talking about. They give some fantastic insights on how to make talking about death just a little more comfortable, a little more manageable;
- The Docked Leaf is a series that focuses on reviews of the many wonderful books and podcasts out there talking about death, dying and end of life matters. I think it’s really important to showcase these amazing resources and to shine a light on them in case they’re helpful to you;
- 5 Things Info Sheets – a series of information sheets, each focusing on a specific aspect of End of Life Planning. Each sheet signposts you to five resources that will help you learn more about that topic, so that you can feel more informed about what your options are and how to take the next step. These sheets are completely free; no email opt-in, just click and download!
Perhaps you’re already on the End of Life Planning train, and you know this is something you
want need to do.
If that’s the case, one of the first things that you may want to do is download the End of Life Planning Checklist. This gives you a one-page overview of the kinds of things you need to be thinking about to put into your End of Life Plan.
Or if you’re ready to jump straight to the ‘doing’ part, then go ahead and check out the Peace of Mind Planner. This is an online PDF document that you can just download right away and start your End of Life Plan today.
You’re Not Alone
I’m so pleased that you are thinking about doing this but I realise that End of Life Planning can be uncomfortable, maybe even a little scary.
It can raise questions that are not always easily answered which is why some people just find it easier to do this with someone else, rather than on their own. So if you just need a little bit of help to take that first step, then I’m here to do that with you.
Just find a time to spend half an hour with me and we’ll talk through how I can help you, because this is really important stuff.
As with most things in life, it starts with a conversation, and I would be really privileged if you would allow me to join you in having this one.