The coronavirus has made the past few years very challenging for everyone across the globe. LifeBook, as the only global
Most recently, two extraordinary women have stood out, not only as scientific pioneers but also as very important players in the fight against Covid-19: Katalin Karikó and Sarah Gilbert. Their vital work has helped in the development of effective vaccines against the virus and, in turn, the saving of many lives around the world.
Looking for something meaningful to do? Always wanted to write your memoirs? Since March 2020, we have a Covid-19 safe and simple process. To remove any technology challenges our budding authors might have, we are now providing free tablets that are pre-loaded and connected to the internet. It is time to tell your story.
Is it possible to end 2020 better than LifeBook’s founder Roy Moëd being interviewed by Elaine Pofeldt for Forbes? The article “This Entrepreneur Has Built A Fast-Growing Business Helping Elderly People Tell Their Stories” is centered around how Roy’s father Jules inspired him to set up LifeBook in 2012.
They say hindsight is like 20/20 vision but 2020 is a year we may try to forget. Having said that, there have of course also been wonderful moments this year. All of us at LifeBook wish you and your loved ones a Merry Christmas and health and happiness for 2021. It will take strength and courage to make sure the future will be a better place.
Many of our LifeBook authors grew up during the Second World War and, in their memoirs they describe the typical Christmas celebrations of the time. Even if many of us struggle with the restrictions Covid-19 imposes, today’s Christmas festivities are, in comparison, a luxurious affair for most people.
It’s more important than ever to have positive projects to focus the mind. The team has adapted to working from home and the company has adopted a new way around dealing with the issue of social distancing: we will temporarily be switching to remote video interviews. This way, we can continue helping you writing your life stories.
Golf fans across the world turn their attention to the UK in anticipation of the 147th Open. Competing for one of the most prestigious trophies in sport, golf’s best from all corners of the globe have converged in their attempts to attain the Claret Jug (not to mention the £1.42 million for the winner). One of LifeBook’s own will be in Carnoustie to watch the final two rounds.