Steve Legler  |  Monthly Insights  |  March 2022

Tip of the month:

If you are a regular reader of my weekly blogs, you may have noticed that the theme of "connection" has been popular in my recent missives. I'm not sure exactly why this keeps coming up but I've felt something and decided to run with it.
Maybe it's partly because we've been cooped up for many months and I'm now starting to go places again and it feels like there's some "pent up" demand, or maybe it's just something I need to write about a bit more.
If I try to turn this all into a "tip" for this month, maybe it's more about suggesting everyone "lean in" to whatever it is that is calling them, and for me, it's been connection, and specifically taking a bit more time to "go deeper" in my relationships.

What's New:

As noted, I've been opening myself up to travelling lately, and so far so good.
I just returned from a training program in Nashville, and I have trips coming up to Chicago, New York and Vancouver.
Fingers crossed, and more details to come.

Blog of the Month:

Striving for the “All AND Nothing” Inheritance

I’ve written around 500 blogs over the past decade, and sometimes I convince myself that I’ve shared all the gems I’ve ever heard, somewhere along the way.

And sometimes I find out I’ve missed some.

This past week, I was invited to be a guest on a podcast, and the host asked me for three to five things that all parents strive for as they imagine the inheritance they will leave.

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Quote of the month:

Outside link of the month:

From my friend and colleague Travis Harms of Mercer Capital:

Multimedia Piece of the Month:
Here's a 2020 episode of a podcast on which I appeared as a guest with my friend and colleague Tsitsi Mutendi: Exploring Great Expectations in Family Enterprises with Steve Legler

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Until next month's newsletter.
I hope you enjoy my weekly blogs in between.

Steve Legler
Family Legacy Guide
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