By Melissa Mitchell-Blitch A Simple Tool to Help Families Thrive I was recently asked by our local community foundation to speak at their upcoming meeting for advisors. My talk would follow a tax law update and precede a generous time for Q&A. That would leave 15 minutes for me to talk about family dynamics in wealth. Families…

By William Jenkins, Content Editor for Legacy Arts magazine An Interview with Artist Sean Chao LA: What influenced you in your career path? SC: Being an artist is a challenging career path, but I’m happiest when I’m creating art. My parents were very encouraging when I was young. Sculpting became natural for me to express myself…

By Todd DeKruyter Leaving a Full Legacy Have you ever heard a good joke on death rates? No? So why is that? Why are most jokes about death and mortality bad? Well, because none of us like thinking about our own mortality. However, we all would like to think that in some way we will live…

By Laura A. Roser The Comfort of Predictable Experiences Do you get this unicorn craze? At first it was kinda fun—college kids at business networking events calling themselves “unicorn entrepreneurs” or little girls licking rainbow candy shaped like poop. But I’m afraid it’s gotten out of hand. Last week, I attended the San Diego County Fair…

By William Summey, Content Editor for Legacy Arts magazine Life Lessons from Coventry Edwards-Pitt, Author, Aged Healthy, Wealthy & Wise I had the pleasure of interviewing Coventry Edwards-Pitt (Covie) on a day when I was particularly stressed about my parents. We live about 7 hours away from them, and I had recently flown home to visit…

By Natalie P. Wagner “Let the beauty we love be what we do.” —Rumi In my mid 20’s, I worked what seemed to be a “good job” in the corporate world. It started great. I enjoyed my team, was developing my skills, and was proud of the money I earned. Together, these experiences gave meaning…

By Dolly Garlo We come into the world alone – and we leave the same way … the time we spend in-between … time spent alive, sharing, learning … together … is all that makes life worth living.”—Jean Grey, Marvel’s X-Men I was 45 when thoughts of legacy first came into focus. Many things had come…

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