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The Voice of the Rising Generation: Family Wealth and Wisdom

Author: James E. Hughes, Jr., Susan E. Massenzio, Keith Whitaker
ISBN-13: 9781118936511
No of pages: 176 pages

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Avoid "Shirtsleeves to Shirtsleeves" by Finding Your Voice Growing up in a family with significant wealth or a family business can often feel like an exercise in silence. What should you ask? Whom should you ask? When? Is it ever right to talk about such things? The Voice of the Rising Generation speaks directly to those who find themselves living in that silence, the so-called "next generation." Great wealth or a family business can act like a "black hole," sapping the dreams and aspirations of future generations who feel that they can never measure up to the fortune’s founder. This book, written by a psychologist, an educator, and a wise counselor who single-handedly changed the landscape of family wealth, diagnoses with economy and precision the cause of entitlement and dependency. It is not too much money or too few chores. It is the failure of rising generations to individuate, that is, to pursue their dreams, develop their resilience, and find their voice. Many books are addressed to parents and grandparents who worry about the effects of wealth on their descendants. Almost alone in the field, this book speaks directly to 20-, 30- and 40-somethings, encouraging them—literally, giving them courage—to meet the challenge of integrating wealth’s power into their lives, rather than disappearing into the black hole. Readers will: Come to understand the true causes of entitlement and dependency Identify the psychological characteristics of the rising generation and the challenges proper to its development Clarify their own dreams, work, and vocation Navigate personal relationships and communication within the context of wealth Recognize the special challenges faced when rising is delayed until mid-life. If you are a young person who is starting your life’s journey and wondering about the effects of parental gifts, trusts, or a family business, this book will offer you questions, reflections, and lessons-learned to help you find your own way. If you are a parent, grandparent, elder, or mentor, The Voice of the Rising Generation can serve the young people in your life as a gift more precious than gold.
Preface Acknowledgments Introduction A Well-Known Family The Challenge The Journey Our Approach Aids to Navigation Chapter One: Setting Sail The Black Hole Talking about Silence The Very Good Steward The Meteor Froggy The Parallel Universe The Anxious Heir Mr. Reputable The Grand Giver Testing the Boundary Mentor Chapter Two: Rosy-Fingered Dawn Awakening Rising Slings and Arrows Chapter Three: Self-Knowledge The Center Internal and External Dreams Strengths and Hurdles Individuation Externals The Balance Sheet Chapter Four: Facing the Waves Getting Away Taking the Leap Work Relationships Communication Leaving Ithaca Chapter Five: the Middle Passage The Island of the Lotus-Eaters The Middle Passage A Forceful Hand Self-Advocacy Ownership Leadership Parenting in the Middle Passage Questions for Rising on Your Own Conclusion Another Well-Known Family Our Journey Thus Far Searching for Elders Returning to Mentor Flying Away About the Authors Index
Binding: Hardcover
Language: English
No of pages: 176 pages
Publisher: Wiley
Publication Date: 14th September 2014
ISBN-13: 9781118936511
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Author: James E. Hughes, Jr., Susan E. Massenzio, Keith Whitaker

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