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As you embark on any new adventure, whether it's schooling or a mission or a career, there are nuggets of wisdom from others that can prove invaluable. Mitt and Ann Romney have found lessons in their own life experiences, so they wrote a letter to their grandchildren in hopes of helping them face critical decisions and turning points. And now they share those bits of wisdom—for finding your own abundant life—with you.
From their insights about the "Five Big Years" (ages 15 to 20), to their beliefs about God and church, to marriage and raising a family, and finally to what constitutes success and what builds character, the Romneys will inspire you to be better tomorrow than you are today. And perhaps their vulnerable authenticity will help you find a way to leave your own legacy of values, love, and wisdom to those who will follow after you.
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Mitt Romney earned a bachelor of arts in English from Brigham Young University and a JD and a MBA from Harvard University. He was raised in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in France. He was cofounder and CEO of Bain Capital, a highly successful private equity investment firm. He served as President and CEO of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Romney was elected governor of Massachusetts in 2002, became the Republican Party's nominee for president of the United States in the 2012 election, and was elected as a U.S. Senator from the state of Utah in 2018. He married Ann Davies in 1969, and they have five sons.
Ann Romney received a bachelor of arts degree in French from Brigham Young University and was awarded an honorary doctorate from Southern Utah University in 2014. As the first lady of Massachusetts, she worked to focus attention on the challenges facing at-risk youth and served as the Governor's Liaison to the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1998, she has volunteered much of her time to raise awareness of the disease and founded the Ann Romney Center for Neurological Diseases at Brigham and Women's Hospital. She places primary importance on being a wife, a mother of five sons, and a grandmother.