Cool Words - Harbinger
1 : one that initiates a major change : a person or thing that originates or helps open up a new activity, method, or technology : pioneer
2 : something that foreshadows a future event : something that gives an anticipatory sign of what is to come
Did You Know?
When medieval travelers needed lodging for the night, they went looking for a harbinger. As long ago as the 12th century, harbinger was used to mean "one who provides lodging" or "a host," but that meaning is now obsolete. Later on, harbinger was also being used for a person sent ahead of a main party to seek lodgings, often for royalty or a campaigning army, but that old sense has largely been left in the past, too. Those sent ahead would announce the approach of who was following behind, and that's how our modern sense of harbinger (from the Anglo-French herberge, meaning "lodgings") acquired the sense with which we are familiar today, that of something which foretells a future event.
In many ways, "Life's Major Goals" is speaking to future events in your life, the harbinger of the reason we do what we do with our process and vision of providing Omega Stewardship through our Family Office, here at Brock Shores Financial ~ TLR
We help families plan and implement strategies to accomplish "Life's Major Goals"
- Tax Smart Planning & Investing
- Worry Free Retirement
- Education of Our Children & Grandchildren
- Quality Care For Our Parents
- Meaningful Financial Help For Our Loved Ones
- Meaningful Legacy
I came across this cool video with Morgan Freeman in it, enjoy, looks like he is on adventures that can only e achieved in a Worry Free Retirement