On June 9th, our company plane left St. George, Utah and crashed in Utah Lake. It was after a symposium led by my business partner, Ray, and attended by my other business partner, Les, who went along for support. In shock, and worried about my partners’ family and our employees, I didn’t take a single moment to feel. I started working harder than ever before and got caught in a losing game. After four months I hadn’t even cried. I couldn’t make even the simplest of decisions since I was exhausted and learned a valuable lesson in legacy. If you don’t take care of yourself and your family, you have less to give.