Taking stock of your progress in family legacy will help you determine next steps.

Take Stock of Your Progress in Forming Family Legacy

Take Stock of Your Progress in Forming Family Legacy

by Bill High

We are getting ready to hold some annual performance reviews for our employees. There’s an entire form I need to complete that covers different areas of the employee’s performance.

In a similar vein, I can take all kinds of tests to measure my strengths, my leadership aptitude, my personality, my spiritual gifts and even my communication style.

But there are few tests to measure family health, let alone family legacy.

So I’ve made my first attempt at creating a family legacy assessment, online now. You’ll rate yourself in 10 areas for a total score, and get some ideas for next steps.

And I’m interested in your feedback. I want to know what questions you think are most important to assessing family legacy.

Are they the questions of family communication? Family harmony? Questions of forgiveness? How many questions relate to finances or estate planning?

What do you think are the most critical questions related to assessing your family’s legacy?

 

 

Photo by Juliane Liebermann on Unsplash

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Published September 4, 2020

Topics: Family Legacy

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