Wealth Transfer and Family Conflicts

When it comes to being successful, everyone has unconscious internal obstacles. These obstacles fall into four categories: Practical, Emotional, Mental and Spiritual. Many people feel concerned and experience anxiety due to Corona pandemic. This is not surprising. It touches upon our own survival instincts in the face of uncertainty.

CROSSING THE GENERATIONS – Communication Breakthrough

We all have a success identity that starts forming during our upbringing. This identity will stay the same throughout our lives or will change depending upon our financial desires and experiences. Many people feel concerned and experience anxiety due to Corona pandemic. This is not surprising. It touches upon our own survival instincts in the face of uncertainty.

Preparing Children to Be Custodians of the Family Wealth

The past 18 months have been filled with speaking and presenting in various forums around the globe on the psychology of Money and Wealth. During this time, the topic that was of main interest with the attendees revolved around the subject of preparing our children to be responsible custodians of the family wealth, family financial [...]

Wealth Transfer and Family Conflicts

In virtually all families, assets will be transferred from one generation to the next. Yet when those assets carry significant monetary value, as is customary within wealthy families, inter-generational conflict can often arise and develop into a serious issue. Careful thought and expert insight can mitigate the risk of conflict, enabling wealth transfers to lead [...]

Our Relationship with Money – Part 2:- Health and Wealth

We all have a relationship with money whether we know it or not. This relationship determines how we think, speak and act about money. It also impacts relationships. We have all witnessed how relationships can be stressed and hurt when financial affairs are perceived by one side or the other to be unfair; how communication [...]

Affluenza and Wealth Psychology: When Your Spouse Spends Too Much…

Client: “My husband and I both come from families of wealth and are lucky not having to had to work beyond managing the incomes our parents had created for us. In the five years we’ve been married we’ve traveled extensively, done philanthropic work – just this year, started a family. But there’s a threat to [...]

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