Call today for further information866-605-8885

Join our Email List!


unHeritage – 11 Pitfalls to Family Legacy and How to Avoid Them


“unHeritage is definitely the lighthouse for protecting your family and wealth for generations. This book is a must read for anyone interested in legacy planning.” Enzo Calamo

To learn more, click here




Center for Family Conversations


The Center for Family Conversations (CFC) is a resource center that provides the integral tools and ideas in helping families establish a 100-year-plus Family Legacy Plan.

To learn more, click here....


THE TYCOON PLAYBOOK – How Business Empires Are Built


The Tycoon Playbook course was created for business families who are already running a successful business and wish to ramp up their growth while preserving wealth for future generations. Specifically, the Playbook teaches high performance business owners the two most highly rewarded skills in business, namely deal-making and how to acquire cash flow producing business assets.

To learn more, click here


RSS Reuters: Business News


RSS Reuters: Economic News


RSS Small business news –


RSS Personal finance news –


RSS Business news and Fortune 500 – FORTUNE Magazine


RSS Latest financial news –


RSS Reuters: US Dollar Report


RSS Reuters Video: Business

  • Dow soars more than 400 points December 18, 2014
    Stocks soared for a second straight day with the Dow topping 400 points for the first time since November 2011 and the S&P 500 posting its biggest jump since January 2013. Leah Duncan reports.
  • Mixed reviews on Sony movie cut December 18, 2014
    Sony's controversial decision to cancel the release of "The Interview", is getting mixed reviews- some saying they had no choice- but others fearful of the broader consequences to hollywood. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • EZ leaders grapple with economy, Russia December 18, 2014
    Ahead of the last summit of European leaders this year, German chancellor Angela Merkel warns there's no quick and simple fix to the euro zone crisis. The economy is top of a heavy agenda for the two-day meeting, as is the possibility of further sanctions against Russia. Joel Flynn reports.
  • I give Sony Pictures leadership a "D"-Mike Paul December 18, 2014
    Reputation consultant Mike Paul, President of Reputation Doctor LLC, says the current crisis at Sony is a failure of leadership, and a change is needed. Bobbi Rebell reports.
  • Breakingviews: Biotech bonanza December 18, 2014
    Robert Cyran and Reynolds Holding discuss Juno Therapeutics' IPO and the prospects for its cancer drug as well as other promising technologies in the booming sector.


  • Lindred Greer: Managing Conflict in Teams

    Lindred Greer: Managing Conflict in Teams

    Lindred Greer: Managing Conflict in Teams   Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor Lindred Greer gives tips for managing conflicts, which left unchecked, can go viral, hurt productivity, and create employee turnover.

  • The Stunning Costs of Distraction

    The Stunning Costs of Distraction   In this episode of The Charged Life, Brendon shares the surprising costs of being distracted, from lost income potential to lost life experience and progress. This is Brendon unscripted and filmed in a single take without notes or prompter.  Brendon Burchard is a #1 New York Times bestselling author whose books include THE CHARGE, THE MILLIONAIRE MESSENGER, and LIFE’S GOLDEN TICKET. Larry King named him “one of the top motivation and marketing trainers in the world.”  After a car accident at 19 years old inspired him to serve and succeed, and then having the blessings to become a multi-millionaire writer and trainer by the age of 32, Brendon has dedicated his life to helping others find their charge and share their voice with the world.  

  • Stress and Success: The Science of Stress, Energy, and Productivity on the Job

    Stress and Success: The Science of Stress, Energy, and Productivity on the Job   Feeling stressed? The 24/7/365 nature of Silicon Valley work life can take a toll on performance, health, and happiness. Cultivating resilience is a critical professional skill. Join us to learn science-based yet practical approaches to reducing and managing stress, boosting energy, and enhancing focus and productivity.  

  • Arianna Huffington: How Stress Affects the Bottom Line

    Arianna Huffington: How Stress Affects the Bottom Line   Arianna Huffington, chair, president, and editor-in-chief of Huffington Post Media Group and author of Thrive, discusses how businesses can improve their bottom line by focusing on employee wellness. 

  • Our Worst Excuse: The Perfectionist’s Lie

    Our Worst Excuse: The Perfectionist’s Lie   Quotable: “We have to be conscious enough to say, ‘Oh wow, I’m not moving forward because I’m scared. I haven’t completed this because I’m distracted.” – @BrendonBurchard Brendon Burchard is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of THE MILLIONAIRE MESSENGER, THE CHARGE, and LIFE’S GOLDEN TICKET. Larry King named him “one of the top motivation and marketing trainers in the world.”  

  • The best (and worst) times to do things at work by Hank Berkowitz

    The best (and worst) times to do things at work by Hank Berkowitz

    The best (and worst) times to do things at work by Hank Berkowitz    Not a morning person? Don’t sweat it. You might actually be more productive than your early-riser counterparts. Washington Post columnist, Jenna McGregor recently explored the latest research on the best (and worst) times of day to get things done at work and compiled a master day planner based on what the time management experts said. McGregor’s article has been making media rounds to mostly positive acclaim. But I’ve got to admit we’re scratching our heads a little here.     According to McGregor, here’s the ideal schedule the experts came up with collectively: ·         6 – 8 am. Send email.  ·         8 am. Make decisions about ethical dilemmas. ·         9 am. Avoid scheduling meetings. ·         1 – 2 pm. Don’t make cold calls (especially on Friday). ·         2:30 or 3 pm. Schedule meetings (especially if it’s Tuesday!). ·         4 pm. Do tasks that don’t involve sending e-mail.  ·         4 – 6 p.m. Avoid sitting for an interview ·         6 pm to late evening. Do your creative work, if you’re a morning person (yes, when you’re most likely to be tired)   Instead of doing certain tasks (or types of thinking) at pre-set times of the day, we suggest doing critical tasks when you know you’re most adept at doing them. The key is to know thyself—do what you’re good at when you’re best at doing it…..leave the rest for others. Let’s deconstruct the list a little:     6-8am: Best time to send email?  Time management experts say not to get mired in our inboxes first thing, or we won’t get the critical things done. On the other hand, marketing software firm Hubspot find click-through rates are higher for emails sent around 6 a.m.   Our take: Since most of you (and your clients) are time-pressed professionals, weekends tend to be best. Whether or not they admit it, weekends are when C-Suiters have time to regroup and catch their breath and review the week that just whizzed by. That’s when they handle e-mails that require serious consideration—not an instant response.     Do the most important thing first. Never check email in the morning, experts say. Make a to-do list the night before. Don’t schedule meetings right after lunch when everyone will be half-asleep.   Our take: While much has been made about getting the toughest things done first thing in the day (and giving yourself a reward)….that only works if you get that tough task done exceptionally well first thing…..if you’re just getting it done to check it off the last, chances are it won’t be done really well…and you’ll end up re-doing it or spending the rest of the day cleaning up the mess. Better to “time box yourself” –give yourself an hour to make a good “first cut” and then move on to  the next task with a commitment to making a good “second cut” at a pre-set time a day or two later.     Don’t schedule meetings before […]

  • How to Become More Productive at Work – Bob Pozen

    How to Become More Productive at Work   As a follow-up to his book “Extreme Productivity,” HBS Professor Bob Pozen reveals his secrets to workplace productivity and high performance. The antidote to boring meetings and email backlogs, these excerpts demonstrate how busy professionals can achieve their goals by making a critical shift in mindset: from hours worked to results produced.

  • 3 Key Leadership Styles That Create Personal Success

    3 Key Leadership Styles That Create Personal Success

    3 Key Leadership Styles That Create Personal Success   Do you know what leadership styles are the best for creating success? Watch this video and you’ll learn the three steps to improve your leadership skills immediately. 


Family Office Newswire


The #1 Family Office Newswire That Empowers Family Dynasties. Over 6,400 Posts and growing rapidly with relevant topics!

Learn from Billionaires How To Handle Your Family Wealth.

Read the latest news


UHNW Wealth Newswire


The #1 UHNW Wealth Newswire For Living Your Dreams. Over 3,400 Posts on important topics that show you the Secrets of Accumulating and Preserving Wealth!

Read the latest news


Follow Enzo on LinkedIn


Top 1% of LinkedIn Connectors in the World


Family Business Newswire


The #1 Family Business Newswire That Helps You Move From Success to Significance. Over 3,200 Posts On Key Factors To Build A Profitable and Sustainable Business!

Read the latest news


Philanthropy Newswire


The #1 Philanthropist Newswire For Leaving A Legacy From The Heart. Check out the latest trends in philanthropy today. Also. learn why some of the greatest philanthropists in history believe in gratitude and giving!

Read the latest news


Lugen Family Office Proudly Supports AIP

AIP Logo

The International Association of Advisors in Philanthropy is the leading charitable giving organization in the world for inspiring collaboration among professionals.

Enzo Calamo,
AIP Ambassador, Past President

To learn more about AIP, click here


Twitter Widget


RSS Celebrity Net Worth

  • Tom Petters Net Worth December 18, 2014
    Tom Petters Net Worth: Tom Petters is an American businessman who has a net worth of $50 thousand. Tom Petters was born in St. Cloud, Minnesota in July 1957. He was the chairman and CEO of Petters Group Worldwide but was convicted of massive business fraud in 2009. Petters is imprisoned at the United States […]
  • Martin Cummins Net Worth December 18, 2014
    Martin Cummins Net Worth: Martin Cummins is a Canadian actor who has a net worth of $500 thousand. Martin Cummins was born in North Delta, British Columbia, Canada in November 1969. Cummins is best known for his role as Ames White in the TV series Dark Angel. Martin studied at the Vancouver Actors Studio. He […]
  • Buddy Nielsen Net Worth December 18, 2014
    Buddy Nielsen Net Worth: Buddy Nielsen is an American singer and musician who has a net worth of $300 thousand. Buddy Nielsen is best known as the lead vocalist for the post-hardcore band Senses Fail. Senses Fail formed in 2002 in Ridgewood, New Jersey. Nielsen is the only original member of the band still remaining. […]
  • Donald Goines Net Worth December 18, 2014
    Donald Goines Net Worth: Donald Goines was an African-American writer who had a net worth of $500 thousand. Donald Goines was born in Detroit, Michigan in December 1936 and passed away in October 1974. Goines wrote urban fiction and his novels were greatly influenced by the work of Iceberg Slim. Goines lied about his age […]
  • Brooke Anderson Net Worth December 18, 2014
    Brooke Anderson Net Worth and salary: Brooke Anderson is an American television correspondent who has a net worth of $2 million. Brooke Anderson was born in Savannah, Georgia in May 1978. Anderson is a correspondent for Entertainment Tonight since 2013. She was formerly a co-host of The Insider and was a culture and entertainment anchor […]

RSS Reuters: Money


RSS – All MarketWatch News – Personal Finance

Translate »