The Chicago Trustee Collaboratory delves deeper into the practical and wise offerings of the book Trustworthy: point 9 out of the top 10 compiled by The Collaboratory.
Chicago Trustee Collaboratory's insight:
In this video, the Chicago Trustee Collaboratory addresses a few key issues around the two parts the author identifies of beneficiary education: (1) surface: financial literacy and (2) deeper: self knowledge.
This is one of the points raised by Kathy Wiseman in Chapter 2 of "Trustworthy" - and one of 10 key points the Collaboratory identifies in the book.
The Collaboratory’s insights include:
What is the ability of the family member to say “no” for themselves – over the fancy car - or at least think about it.
And, sometimes “yes” is the right answer.
The natural way that some requests for distribution open into a learning experience.
A bridge in: Thinking about the “why”. An assessment of the situation and the context.
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