Family Dynamics

Brothers, sisters, fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, aunts and uncles, cousins, everyone’s not always going to agree. Here’s where we help you navigate those complex relationships to build a strong business and a harmonious family.

6 Siblings and 5 Valuable Lessons Learned

I’m number 3 (the best number of course) out of 6 children. Let that sink in. That is a LOT of children. As the years pass by, as we all get older and grow into the adults and citizens we were meant to be, I learn so many valuable lessons about family bonds, sibling love and rivalry and what kind of role model I want to be in my own family one day.

Father Knows Best, But Not for You

When business grows to where you can't go it alone, are you better off hiring clones, or people who complement your strengths, able to repair and build where you fall through the cracks? Little has been said about the benefit of cloning for business. Henry Ford's...

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Family Business books available on Amazon

Generation to Generation presents one of the first comprehensive overviews of family business as a specific organizational form.
As a successful business owner, you realize that financial success is just the beginning.you still have many other challenges to face.
How many times have you thought about starting a diet or quitting smoking without doing anything about it?
This is the most comprehensive book on sustaining the family business and contains international examples and cases and essential tools and checklists of best practice.
Through pages filled with wisdom, tips, guidelines and experiences, the authors seek to navigate brothers and sisters who work in the family business or who are active owners through the challenges and opportunities and to retain the integrity of the family while serving the business.
In this widely popular book, David Horsager presents the ultimate guide to earning, maintaining, and even rebuilding the most critical factor of every business relationship—trust.
When Bowen was a student and practitioner of classical psychoanalysis at the Menninger Clinic, he became engrossed in understanding the process of schizophrenia and its relationship to mother-child symbiosis.
The Balance Point offers a step-by-step guide to tackle business transition challenges in these times of economic insecurity.

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