Set examples for future generations
by embracing values over assets.
Share information, clarify rewards and maintain common goals to limit deep conflicts.
“I never made a mistake in my life. I thought I did once, but I was wrong.”
-Charles M. Schulz
Family members are more productive when given opportunities to develop new skills.
Positive outcomes are possible through forgiveness, acceptance, and admitting fault.
Lessons can be learned from a
classic novel about choices made
during stressful times.
A parent’s choice is the child’s
“Am I my brother’s keeper?” Genesis
To be a good family business, don’t act like one.
Your canvas is more than just a collage of spreadsheets and legal documents.