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Millennials and the Family Business: When New Values Meet Old

Posted on: December 23rd, 2016
Millennials are taking their places at office desks around the nation. This burgeoning generation is just starting out, which means changes for family businesses with millennial family members who stand to inherit the family business. Of course, this scenario raises certain concerns for baby-boomer business owners as they look to the next generation of workers....

The Value of Love and Family

Posted on: December 23rd, 2016
As we approach the holidays and the end of 2016, many of us may find that the occasion offers a valuable time for reflection; reflection on our pasts, our futures, and all the things that really matter....

How to Continue Your Family Values for Generations

Posted on: November 25th, 2016
Most of us want to make a mark in the world. That’s a big part of what gives our lives meaning. And whether or not we have children, our history and stories can be a unique and irreplaceable gift to our families. With just a little effort, we can preserve our family values for generations to come. It can be difficult to pass on our traditions and our values, however, especially when we feel no one is listening. Too often, by the time younger generations care about life lessons and stories, the older generations are gone or their memories have faded....

Can Facing Your Death Actually Increase Happiness During Life?

Posted on: October 31st, 2016
Bhutan is an independent state in Southeast Asia, bordered by China to the north and India to the south. Nestled in the Himalayas, Bhutan is the last remaining Buddhist state in the world. But one of the most unique aspects of Bhutanese government is the country’s use of the Gross National Happiness (GNH) Index to measure the society’s level of happiness. The country reports 91.2% of Bhutanese are narrowly, extensively, or deeply happy. What could be causing all this happiness in Bhutan? Culturally, the Bhutanese are “expected to think about death five times a day.” Some people feel that reflecting on death causes greater focus and increased appreciation for life. ...

What Is Elder Abuse and How Can You Keep Yourself (or Your Parents) Safe?

Posted on: October 31st, 2016
One day, you will be an elderly person, you hope. Maybe you are already there. Or, your parents are. And, unfortunately, as more of us age, there is more and more cases of elder abuse, and in order to stop it, we must first spot it and understand the totality of the problem. Physical abuse is obvious. Signs of physical abuse include bruises, broken bones, and scrapes, often resulting from sexual abuse, hitting, pushing, and restraining. Physical abuse also includes dispensing medicine that affects a person’s ability or desire to function properly. For example, administering additional pain or sleeping medication may lead an elder to be bedridden when they would otherwise be active and mobile. ...

Do We Really Have to Write It Down? Which Contracts Must Be in Writing Explained

Posted on: September 22nd, 2016
Have you ever wondered which types of contracts must be in writing to make sure you get the benefit of your bargain? All of the U.S. states have some form of what is known as the “Statute of Frauds.” Under this law, or laws, some contracts must be in writing to be enforceable....
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