Much of our work at Family and Business Success (FABS) empowers our clients by providing new information and processes that support their existing systems. From a very young age, I told anyone who listened that I wanted to grow up to be a teacher or a lawyer; well, I did both. Education is the business of...
As Harvest fast approaches being over, I want to remind all my clients that now is the time for forgiveness and use of your systems. I know you are in throws of the busiest season of the year. It is likely that you have experienced difficult conversations and one or two miscommunications, despite the work...
When was the last time you practiced your listening skills to improve the performance of your company?
Our client, Cherry Hill Park won large park of the year at the Outdoor Hospitality Conference & Expo. Watch the awards ceremony video.
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I am happy to announce that I will be speaking at the CARVC 2017 Convention in Myrtle Beach. I will be teaching two seminars and meeting a wonderful group of business owners. Everyone knows that you “should” prepare for transition of the business to the next generation or a new owner. But let’s face it, it’s difficult to prepare personally let alone professionally.
I am excited to announce that I will be presenting at the 2016 Outdoor and Hospitality Conference and Expo in Fort Worth, Texas next week. I will be teaching two seminars and working with a great group of business owners.
If you follow my Facebook page you know, I accomplished a BIG personal goal this spring. I completed the 21-mile race in Big Sur California on April 24, 2016, in five hours and twenty-five minutes. Big Sur was my first 21-mile race. While I like to think of myself as having a pretty healthy lifestyle, I am by no means a marathoner. As I was doing this wonderfully challenging race, I began comparing my training and completion of this race with the struggles, fear, pain, exertion, and joy my clients go through during the creation, implementation, and completion of their business transition plan.
I had a client describe the difference between a hiring a technician and an advisor just last month. We will call this client Mr. Jacobs. Mr. Jacobs called me to tell me about a hiccup he had with his new accountant.
As a practicing probate attorney for over twenty years, I have seen a lot of post-death “drama” involving many families. It is hard enough losing a loved one, but to be enthralled in a battle with family about where the deceased should be buried is something that can be totally avoided.
WHERE YOU’VE HEARD AMY
Event for 20 Group
ARVC Outdoor Hospitality Conference and Expo
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Executive Women in Agriculture Convention
Top Producer Seminar
CARVC Conference and Expo
Wisconsin Association of Campground Owners Convention & Trade Show