Growing up Green

Leaders of successful family enterprises will be the first to tell you that their family’s riches are not their money and assets, businesses, factories, and investments, nor their charities and foundations. Instead, their riches lie in their younger generations, in whose hands ultimately rest the fate of their legacy. For this legacy to flourish and sustain, family leaders must follow the 7 keys to create a strong and united family culture, which embraces and wields the platform of wealth to nurture their young. These efforts will yield resilient and productive youth, with deeply grounded values, who will thrive and mature, and later in life will be ready to assume the mantle of stewards and guardians of the legacy.

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