A CV is a useful addition to ‘getting all your affairs in order’ documentation

A great percentage of our population don’t prepare for the inevitable – their eventual death – and typically leave a mess behind for others to sort out. When someone dies relatives or friends are tasked with the unenviable task of preparing a funeral/memorial service, including speeches about the dearly departed. Oftentimes a deceased person’s professional life isn’t widely known by others, and speech-makers have a difficult time of finding relevant information, and filling gaps in a person’s work history. A person who wants their work life mentioned at their funeral (if they have one), could usefully add their CV to their folder of Clarifying My Intentions documentation, so relatives can easily find it, when needed.