Scott Gornto, MDIV, LMFT, CST, author of The Stories We Tell Ourselves™, joins us for a conversation on overcoming the stigmas and common challenges inheritors face. We discuss how advisors can help inheritors overcome negative fear-based narratives that hold them back from being successful, explore ways in which we can shift the story of success that they have in their head (based on the family narrative) to a narrative that they own, and by doing so create a new story of success and achievement that has a realistic plan for success.
Myra Salzer and John A. Warnick host an interactive conversation to explore how we can all market ourselves to build our businesses. Myra shares her personal experience and how she is leveraging her TEDx Talk experience, which has turned out to be a great marketing tool.
John J. “Jeff” Scroggin is one of the most innovative and visionary estate planning attorneys you’ll ever meet or hear. Many credit Jeff with pioneering the powerful “Incentive Trust” concept. He also is the creative force behind the “Family Legacy Letter”. In this conversation, he discusses why clients are demanding that their planning team focus on preserving and protecting the family rather than just managing the assets and how advisors can meet this demand.
This teleseminar addresses how we help clients identify their most deeply cherished values and how to reconcile family member differences. Bhaj also discusses how to put impact into practice in taxable and tax-advantaged accounts. We address various investment strategies in the public equities and fixed income markets as well as private debt, equity and real estate opportunities that make an impact.
There is a large and growing demographic of cross-border professionals who have a financial connection to the United States and one thing they all have in common is they have complicated financial affairs and few places to turn for help. In this talk, Andrew Fisher, the author of The Cross-Border Family Wealth Guide, leads us through an interactive discussion to explore the most common areas of confusion.