Talking about money can be a touchy subject for families. But it’s never about the money itself. It’s about how money shapes thinking about other things like relationships, power, rules, love, fairness, and a host of other expectations and attitudes.
Money Love & Legacy gets to the heart of these concepts and helps you navigate through these mindsets to get conversations going with love and respect.
We create legacy by how we live, not how we die. Our legacy is shaped by the values we hold, and how those values are reflected in the life we live. Most of all, it is about how we want to be remembered.
Money Love & Legacy shares stories of people who created their legacy by their connections to family and community. It will show you how to transmit your values through the decisions you make at the end of life.
Inheritance often serves as a final report card for siblings. Childhood hurts can be revived and sibling relationships destroyed when heirs are faced with unequal portions of a parent’s estate.
Money Love & Legacy explores these difficult decisions faced by parents. The book shows you how to analyze and honor your deepest feelings about your inheritance plans. Read More
Entitlement is a one-way mindset that focuses on what we are owed instead of acknowledging that we have obligations in a relationship. Children raised with a sense of entitlement believe the world revolves them and their needs.
Money Love & Legacy helps parents understand that an inheritance reflects the quality of a relationship. It is not a legal obligation in the United States. Knowing that helps parents see with more clarity how they want to handle the distribution of their estate.
Forgiveness is intentional. It’s a solo act and it is always possible. The end result of forgiveness may not be reconciliation which often is not achievable. However, deciding to forgive on your own can help ease pain through acceptance of the past.
Money Love & Legacy explores this concept in depth through the author’s own story. It provides guidelines for understanding your wound and provides the questions you need for healing it.