The Compact Among Generations

In this book, Jay Hughes builds on his foundation “Family Wealth” and expands the conversation to a key area of human capital: nurturing happiness – between generations, across generations, in individuals within the generations.  In my financial coaching I have found that long term success of a family is about thriving and collaborating – and communicating – yes? Jay talks about what families can do to develop their human capital.

“The Compact Among Generations” by James E. Hughes, Jr. Family: The Compact Among Generations (Bloomberg)

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Finance Is Personal: Making Your Money Work for You in College and Beyond

"Although some of the most important decisions we make in life are financial, most people rely on their intuition rather than reason. In Finance Is Personal, the authors digest key findings from psychology to help readers leverage their natural style, preferences, and values in order to make more effective and profitable choices. This book will do more to increase young people's financial IQ than any formal course, MBA, or business experience―a must read!"

(Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premunzic, professor of business psychology at University College London, visiting professor at Columbia University, vice president of research and innovation at Hogan Assessments, and the co-founder of metaprofiling.com.)

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