Feelings of empowerment will help your child succeed in the face of life’s challenges. The first and most important way of empowering your kids is helping them feel seen and heard. I love my
Take a moment and reflect on your own unanswered or answered questions in life. For example: Where do I belong? Can I do it? Will I do it? Why will I do it?
When I was growing up, teens drank beer and smoked weed, but hard drugs like heroine were uncool and uncommon. Basically, if it went up our nose or required needles we stayed away. So
A large part of the Rich Legacy coaching team is made up of adult children of high-performing families. While many of our coaches struggled early in their lives, feeling overshadowed by their parents’ successes, it
As adult children of high-performing families the Rich Legacy team is committed to empowering kids to find their unique voices. It is our hope that these efforts will prevent children from feeling overshadowed by
It’s nothing new to see those members of society with substantial resources spending money on their children. However, trends suggest that these funds are no longer being spent (entirely) on private schools, music lessons,
My child won’t do his homework — now what? The simple response is: “So what?” I’m not sure about you, but the last time I needed precalculus in my life was never. The last
The main trait which makes you successful in business may be hurting your kids. How is this possible you might be wondering? Or maybe what is this trait? First, let’s take a step back