It’s not just about the money. It’s about building great families. Financial education when practiced in the context of the human capital wealth of the family.
Philanthropic education is less relevant when not grounded in the family’s specific experience and interest in their particular passions; the development of savings and investment practices are more compelling if undertaken with an eye to the family’s values base and inspirational goals. And knowing which children are passionate about social justice and which are determined to fund a new start-up is information that helps us devise learning plans that bring true value to each member of the family.