How Do We Want to Be Remembered?

As I reach the autumn of my life, it seems right and proper to consider the legacy that one leaves behind. I have always had I basic hippy instinct that has guided me towards trying to leave the world in a better place than when I arrived. We can all do better always in life and to this end, I have just produced a piece of music in the hope that it inspires people to do better on our environmental stewardship and concern for planet earth. I fear that planet earth may have given up on us but we must not give up on planet earth.

I wrote this piece of music inspired by Greta Thunberg, in order to impress upon people the importance that everyone can do something to make the world a better place in terms of sustainability and environmental action. The piece of music has been set to film by a fantastic videographer called Al Clouston, drawing source materials from a wide range of people who are listed below. Artists need to be rewarded for their work.  If you feel so minded, please make a contribution via How do we want to be remembered?   The most important contribution you can make is to share this film widely with world leaders and people of influence prior to the COP26 climate change conference.

How do we want to be remembered reminds us that we are all in charge of our own destiny and we are all in this together. If we choose to act in smaller or greater ways, we can make an impact for planet earth.

Film Credits

Al Clouston – Production

Content providers:

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  1. Nicholas Demetriades Instagram: @nicky.demetriades
  2. Christian Bodhi
  3. PIRO4D
  4. Alexander Lutkov

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Peter Cook
Peter Cookhttp://www.academy-of-rock.co.uk/
PETER leads Human Dynamics, offering Business and Organisation Development. He also delivers keynotes around the world that blend business intelligence with parallel lessons from music via The Academy of Rock. Author of and contributor to twelve books on business leadership, acclaimed by Tom Peters, Professors Charles Handy, Adrian Furnham, and Harvey Goldsmith CBE. His blends his three passions are science, business, and music into unique inspiring keynotes based on the art of storytelling. His early life involved leading innovation teams for 18 years to develop life-saving drugs including the first treatments for HIV/AIDS, Herpes and the development of Human Insulin. 18 years in academia teaching MBAs and 18 + years running his businesses. All his life since the age of four playing music. Peter won a prize for his work from Sir Richard Branson after his mother claimed he was a Virgin birth. He now writes for Virgin.com.