Each week I scroll through numerous articles across my various newsfeeds. These are the articles that stood out to me this week. Bookmark, read and enjoy!
Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.
“The bestselling novel of 1961 was Allen Drury’s Advise and Consent. Millions of people read this 690-page political novel. In 2016, the big sellers were coloring books…The decline of thoughtful media has been discussed for a century. This is not new. What is new: A fundamental shift not just in the profit-seeking gatekeepers, but in the culture as a whole.”
Seth Godin, is a writer, a speaker and an agent of change.
Strategic plans only have value if they are executed
“If you are wondering whether your organization is ‘execution able’ you will find guidance in this article. Based on extensive surveys, the authors identify 4 essential building blocks for successful execution. Each building block comprises several organizational traits or tangible operating practices. These are ordered from highest to lowest impact.”
Kristi Thompson, a seasoned professional with more than 25 years experience, devotes herself to aligning people and processes to meet strategic goals with direct impact on an organization’s bottom line.
Should living trusts be funded during our lifetimes?
“The answer, in the vast majority of cases, is Yes! Some of the important things that a fully funded Living Trust can accomplish are the following: avoid Probate expenses and delay for assets titled to the trust, avoid Probate in another state if assets are titled to the trust and there is property owned in another state, allow successor trustee to handle finances in event of incapacity or incompetence of grantor(s) (people who made trust), succession planning for closely held business, provide for division of assets of married couple if estate is greater than $10,900,000, and bring together all assets in an organized manner.”
Douglas R. Jackson & Jessa M. Gary are attorneys in private practice in the Columbus and Dayton area.
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