Sarah Bradley

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Generational Wisdom: A Tale of Three Kings - Part II

Posted by Sarah Bradley on August 21, 2019

King David’s son, Solomon, stewarded abundant wealth with great wisdom. But what of David’s grandson, Rehoboam?

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Generational Wisdom: A Tale of Three Kings Part 1

Posted by Sarah Bradley on July 19, 2019

Remember David, the kid who killed Goliath, the giant? He started as a shepherd boy and went on to rule a kingdom worth multiple billions in today’s dollars. His son, Solomon, became the...

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Generational Wisdom: Do You Know?

Posted by Sarah Bradley on July 3, 2019

Could something as simple as sharing family stories around the dinner table or while on vacation significantly and positively impact your kids?

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Generational Wisdom: The Power of Story

Posted by Sarah Bradley on June 26, 2019

We are obsessed with culture: how to create it, sustain it, and multiply it . But culture isn’t merely for companies and organizations. Every family has its own culture as well.  This culture is...

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Generational Wisdom: A Father's Blessing

Posted by Sarah Bradley on June 16, 2019

I have the privilege of interviewing families to capture their money story, a blessing to their children, and the legacy of values they wish to pass down to the next generation. While I love every...

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Generational Wisdom: The Power of Gratitude

Posted by Sarah Bradley on June 13, 2019

One of the most common questions we get asked as advisors is, “How do I not ruin my kids with money?” Many successful couples face the reality that their wealth will one day flow to one of three...

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The Elephant in the Room

Posted by Sarah Bradley on November 29, 2018

In my last blog post, I highlighted the reality of relational risks (the “Why?” behind your financial plan) in your financial portfolio (read more here). In this post, I will discuss the impact of...

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The Ideal Stewardship Model

Posted by Sarah Bradley on October 25, 2018

When you purchased or built your home, what did you consider? Certainly the price, probably the neighborhood. You considered whether its size could accommodate your family or future family. You...

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