Category Archives: Family Values

32 Questions You Need to Ask Your Loved Ones

What can we learn from earlier generations? Quite a bit, says Brendon Burchard, but only if we ask the right questions. Burchard, famed personal development trainer and author of The Motivation Manifesto (Carlsbad, Hay House, 2014), says asking your mother, father and/or another loved one these 32 important questions can teach you valuable lessons about […]

How to Incorporate Family Values in Your Legal Planning

Baby boomers know money isn’t the only important aspect of legal planning. A 2012 study released by the Allianz Life Insurance, Co. showed baby boomers wanted to leave their family more than just financial assets. Researchers found baby boomers identified family values as some of the most important things to pass down to heirs. In […]

Guiding Your Children to Grow Through Failure — a Gift That Keeps On Giving

Laws and rules are created within organized societies to regulate interaction and protect citizens. A classic example is the American system of traffic laws, designed to promote consistent traffic flow while reducing accidents. When everyone understands how a four-way stop works, expectations follow. We learn how to conduct ourselves properly and to anticipate how others […]

Empty Pill Bottles and Raising the Next Generation

When we pick up our prescriptions, we take the containers for granted. By contrast, in many countries medical care is very difficult to come by. It is expensive, and not many qualified medical providers work in impoverished communities. In developing countries, medicines when actually obtainable are often dispensed into hands, pockets, leaves or any other […]

The Best Way To Deal With Charitable Requests

January 1 wipes the slate clean for your tax deductible charitable contributions. That might be a good time to reassess your approach to donating to charities. Most of us respond to some of the appeals which come through various avenues such as unsolicited phone calls, campaigns at work, or church related charities. Whatever the source […]