Families that thrive do not do so because of their wealth. They thrive because they intentionally create meaningful experiences that help older generations pass along family values and wisdom to younger members. In light of the discouraging statistics that show that family wealth rarely survives to the third generation, affluent families can take steps to enhance family communication, which is typically the strongest impediment to multigenerational wealth transfer.
Linda Reeb was a stay-at-home mom and a part-time dental assistant until her children started leaving for college. Her passion for encouraging moms of young children led her to create Moms Mentoring, an organization dedicated to that passion. Lloyd was a successful real estate developer and owner of luxury senior housing facilities when his idea of success changed dramatically and his life’s focus shifted to second-half significance. Together with his mentor, the late Bob Buford, Lloyd helped launch the Halftime Institute, a global team that teaches, coaches, and connects successful men and women in pursuit of significance. For more than 20 years, Lloyd has helped leaders make their second half their best half. He is the author of several books and co-wrote Halftime for Couples with Linda. Lloyd and Linda Reeb have been married over 30 years, have three grown children and two granddaughters, and live near Charlotte, NC.
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