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Changing Conversations About Estate Planning

Changing Conversations About Estate Planning

 

Changing estate planning conversations to focus on your values and goals can help establish what matters most to you and what you would like your legacy to be. 

Today is someday

Be your own story – Lugen Family Office

Have the Vision to Imagine it

There’s a difference between interest and commitment

 

There’s a difference between interest and commitment

A lie spreads quickly

Integrity is choosing your thoughts and actions based upon values

Pills that improve morality: Julian Savulescu

Pills that improve morality: Julian Savulescu

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Julian Savulescu is an australian philosopher and bioethicist. He is Uehiro Professor of Practical Ethics at the University of Oxford, Fellow of St Cross College, Oxford, Director of the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, Sir Louis Matheson Distinguished Visiting Professor at Monash University, and Head of the Melbourne–Oxford Stem Cell Collaboration, which is devoted to examining the ethical implications ofcloning and embryonic stem cell research.

In his talk, Julian shows us that technology advanced rapidly but morality did not. Ethics and religions do not have the answers to the questions nowadays, also because the world – thanks to technology – is a completely different one than it was when moral rules were defined and written down. These rules need to be enhanced.

 

What are values

Gary Kunath: “Mastering Life Balance”

Gary Kunath: “Mastering Life Balance”

 

This presentation centers on elevating employee well being and helping people maximize the joy and contentment in their lives so they can a great home life and a great work life. Recent research shows that 70% of employees today would sacrifice pay increases and promotions for family well being. People are overwhelmed by the complexities of their own lives. Instead of employers recognizing this and bringing humanity back to the business and serving as a source of relief, they often compound the issues by adding more complexity to their peoples’ lives.”