Did you know that Abraham Lincoln once said, "The worst thing you can do for those you love is the things they could do for themselves?"
I know it sounds crazy because we’re so used to hearing about leaving behind a bunch of cash to our heirs or great income to our employees, and while that is important, I’m going to share three mistakes with you today that’s going to revolutionize the way you work with your family members and employees.
I’m Doug Andrew and I am a financial strategist and abundant living mentor who has over the last 40 plus years worked with thousands of clients to create not only predictable financial strategies but also reliable "family banks" people use to empower their children and cultivate a culture of abundance and prosperity rather than scarcity and entitlement.
So what is the key to creating a culture of abundance and accountability?
We call it Entitlement Abolition.
In more than 44 years as a financial strategist, I have seen countless clients work hard to manage and grow their wealth, enjoy abundance, and foster a similar dream of prosperity for their posterity. But that dream can turn into a nightmare! The Entitlement Abolition process is a system that empowers you to intentionally create and leave a legacy without coercion, guilt, and backbiting.
So I’m going to share with you 3 mistakes about Entitlement Abolition and how you can be empowered to transform your family or business from "me" to "we".
And I know what you’re probably thinking: my family or employees won’t want to change.
(You may have even tried stuff like this before)
But again, I’m going to show you a great way you can modify just a few habits within your normal activities and get amazing results.