Monthly Archive
for: ‘October, 2011’

Wisdom, Mentors and Friends

I didn’t get to Boston in time, and for that I am sad… I first met Norman Paul, MD, at a professional meeting in 1986.  We both were sitting in the back of a conference room and he coveted my copy of the New York Times.  I jokingly responded, “What’s the problem?  Are you to […]

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“At Time of Death or Emergency”

When the founder or leader of a family business passes, survivors must have proper information if they are to make timely and wise decisions about the business. If they have not been actively involved in the business, there are many things they simply do not know. Further, it is quite likely that the founder or […]

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Ready for the Unexpected

What would happen if a beloved family member and key executive in your family business and were to be taken from you suddenly, either by an accident or natural causes? The death of a founder or key executive in a family business is a very difficult situation. Family members must deal with a sudden lack […]

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