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

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“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

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Center for Family Conversations

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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.

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THE TYCOON PLAYBOOK – How Business Empires Are Built

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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.

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  • Business Ideas – 3 Success Tips from Thomas Watson Jr. – IBM

    Business Ideas – 3 Success Tips from Thomas Watson Jr. – IBM

    Business Ideas – 3 Success Tips from Thomas Watson Jr. (IBM) by Evan Carmichael   Today we’re going to take a closer at a boy that was only concerned with drinking and partying and how he turned his life around to become a man that took the reins of a multinational company and built a brand like no other. This is the story of former IBM President and CEO Thomas Watson Jr. and the top 3 lessons that you can learn from his success.   “Nothing is more vital to the continuous improvement of IBM than constructive suggestions or criticism by each of us – fairly given and fairly received.” – Thomas Watson Jr.   Thomas Watson Jr. (born January 14, 1914) was the son of IBM founder Thomas Watson Sr. When Thomas Watson Jr. stepped into his father’s shoes as president of IBM in 1952, he knew they would be hard ones to fill. Not long before that, Watson Jr.’s life had consisted in large part of drinking and partying. IBM had always been a part of his life, but only in the context of his father’s job. Was he ready to take the reins of this multinational company? Could he break out from his father’s shadow and create his own legacy?   In his teenage years, Watson Jr. began to suffer from depression. As a result, and also partly due to his undiagnosed dyslexia, he struggled to get through school. After being accepted into Brown University only as a favour to his prominent father, Watson received his business degree in 1937. Immediately upon graduating, Watson went to work for his father’s growing company, IBM. He had little interest in the job, but was unsure of what to do with his life. It wasn’t until World War II that Watson would find his calling. He enlisted in the Army Air Force and served as a pilot, chauffeuring top military leaders around the USSR — and learning Russian in the meantime. In later years, Watson Jr. would recall how easily piloting came to him and how for the first time ever he had confidence in his abilities.   It had been the suggestion of one of the army generals he had befriended during his service that Watson Jr. try to follow in the steps of his father. So, after the War, Watson Jr. did just that and returned to work at IBM. He was promptly promoted to Vice President after just six months, and placed on IBM’s board of directors four months after that. After three years with IBM, Watson Jr. had become the company’s Executive Vice-President, a position he would hold for another three years until 1952. It was in that year that Watson Sr. decided his eldest son was ready; no amount of additional grooming or training would prepare him for his next challenge. In 1952, Watson Sr. stepped aside and appointed his son as the new president of IBM. Indeed, Watson Jr. would not only create his […]

     
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  • Human Data for Life: Jakob Eg Larsen

    Human Data for Life: Jakob Eg Larsen Over the last couple of years self-tracking has gained increased interest with the availability of smartphones and low-cost wearable sensors. The increasing quantities of data that we can capture about human behavior and interactions are key to future improvements in health and well-being. Jakob Eg Larsen, Ph.D, is an Associate Professor at the Technical University of Denmark, where he is working in the Cognitive Systems Section. His research interests include human-computer interaction, mobile and wearable computing and sensing, and personal informatics.  

     
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  • In Memory, gratitude and appreciation for those who gave all for our freedom!

    In Memory, gratitude and appreciation for those who gave all for our freedom!

    In Memory, gratitude and appreciation for those who gave all for our freedom!  

     
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  • Break the bias: Hideshi Hamaguchi

    Break the bias: Hideshi Hamaguchi As the head of strategy at Ziba design, Hideshi uses visual models and frameworks to generate concepts and strategies, and is considered to be a leading mind in creative concept development, strategy building and decision management on both sides of the Pacific. In 1994 he created the first corporate intranet in Japan. In 2000 he led the core concept development for the world’s first USB flash drive. The process of innovation inspires him.  

     
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  • Novel Memories Slow Our Perception of Time

    Novel Memories Slow Our Perception of Time Neuroscientist and bestselling author David Eagleman explains why time seems to go faster as we age, saying, “The way we estimate duration has a lot to do with how much memory we’ve laid down.”  

     
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  • Can a 3D printer make guns?

    Can a 3D printer make guns? 3D Printers could soon have the ability to make guns — and now Congress could be getting involved. Joe Johns reports.  

     
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  • Build a 3D Printer That You Can Take Anywhere!

    Build a 3D Printer That You Can Take Anywhere! Got a briefcase? Then get to building your portable 3D printer. Make awesome 3D objects wherever you are – think of the possibilities!  

     
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Enzo Calamo Is A Best Selling Author

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Enzo Calamo is the Best Selling co-author of "How To Create Infinite Returns In Real Estate Using The Secret Asset: How To Recover All Business and Personal Expenses Using The Secret Asset" This is a must read for every affluent investor.

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Enzo Calamo Is A Gold Award Curator

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Scoop.it describes Enzo Calamo "as a rock star of content curation."

Lugen Family Office is the Most Trusted Online Curator on Legacy Planning, Wealth Management, Financial Literacy, Family Business, Philanthropy, Technology Trends, Healthy Living, and the UHNW.

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