The Conversation Between Generations
Do you want to leave a legacy for future generations to come, but worry about the gift corrupting them? Are you hoping to pass on meaning even more than the money itself? Do you wonder how to start the conversation? Do you worry if family dynamics will prevent you from communicating your points clearly and in a way that will be received and understood?
Today, we’re bringing Tom Michler into the conversation. As a psychologist, he’s helped families navigate the multi-generational conversation about financial planning. In addition to transferring financial assets from one generation to another.
If you want to give a gift or legacy to the next generation, not just transfer money, to have it do the most good in and through them, and to have healthy communication in the family so you can create a deeply-connected family AND long-lasting wealth, tune in now!
In this episode about the conversation between generations, you’ll discover:
- Dynamics of multi-generational conversations about the transfer of wealth.
- How to get rid of regret.
- Why the transfer of wealth needs a conversation between the giver and receiver about what it means, and how without it, the wealth supply becomes depleted.
- The difference between a wealth transfer and a gift.
- How to shift into functional and healthy dialogue about money.
- How a generational belief system becomes accepted and adopted, and how to remove your blockages to money.
Where Generational Conversations Fit In The Bigger Picture
Building family wealth and creating a legacy is the capstone of a life well-lived. It’s the end goal of a life and business you love, and the greatest mission of our lives. But we need an entire financial system to support our ability to do the most good.
That’s why we’ve put together the 3-step Entrepreneur’s Cash Flow System.
The first step is keeping more of the money you make. This includes tax planning, debt restructuring, cash flow awareness, and restructuring your savings so you can access it as an emergency/opportunity fund. This step frees up and increases your cash flow, so you have more to save, and consequently, more to invest.
Then, you’ll protect your money with privatized banking, insurance, and legal protection.
Finally, you’ll put your money to work and get it to make more by investing in cash-flowing assets to build time and money freedom and leave a rich legacy.
About Tom Michler
Tom Michler is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 25 years of experience. He works as an Organizational Development Consultant and Professional Facilitator. The consistent theme in Tom’s career is working with groups of people from all walks of life. Tom’s work also includes working with an adult homeless population (Peter and Paul Community), sexual offenders, (Vianney Renewal Center) refugee children/families (New Dimensions Soccer), and homeless teenagers (Covenant House).
Tom’s specialty as a counselor is Family Counseling. Tom is also a Certified Energy Medicine practitioner. An interest in metaphysical concepts has evolved Tom’s business toward the facilitation of what is known as The Law of Attraction. For instance, this is for clients looking to maximize their life experience.
As an OD consultant, Tom has worked with numerous organizations in the areas of Mission/Vision development and delivery. In addition, hiring practices, leadership development, group facilitation and communication skills. Tom brings an understanding from the field of science as related to the quickly evolving field of energy and Conscious Awareness.
Tom’s professional facilitation experience includes working with the St. Louis Archdiocese in regards to parish mergers, hosting teleseminars, working with numerous groups of area grade school and high school Principals, and was the host of his own radio show from 2011-2013, entitled Mind Games: The Psychology of Performance.
Tom is the co-founder of a local nonprofit organization, New Dimensions Soccer, which utilizes sports as a mechanism for life skill development/instruction for children living in under-resourced areas of St. Louis. Founded in 2004, NDS serves well over 1,000 children per year, in both afterschool settings and soccer leagues.
Tom is married with 2 grown children. His hobbies include fly fishing and gem mining. Tom is a follower and practitioner of the Wim Hof Method.
Find Out More About Tom Michler
Connect with Tom Michler, or reach out by texting 314-239-4484.
Take the Next Step
Do you want to use Privatized Banking, alternative investments, or cash flow strategies to coordinate your finances so that everything works together to improve your life today, accelerate time and money freedom, and leave the greatest legacy? We would love to help you.
Book an Introductory Call with our team today https://themoneyadvantage.com/calendar/.
By the way, to find out more about how Privatized Banking gives you the most safety, liquidity, and growth … plus gives you the ability to have your money do 2 things at the same time, boosting your investment returns. Additionally, it’s also the most effective wealth transfer tool because it buys net worth and guarantees a legacy to provide for your loved ones. This allows them to fulfill everything you’d dreamed of doing with them, and give them the financial foundation to flourish, no matter when you “graduate.”
Go to https://privatizedbankingsecrets.com/freeguide to learn more.
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