Do wealthy families have the same worries as everyone else?

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Do wealthy families have the same worries as everyone else?

This week I was asked to be a guest speaker at a conference for high net wealth families.

What intrigues me the most about working with these guys was that they too are asking questions about world economics, what the government is doing and what might happen in the economy.

My main observation though, is that they are not so much worrying about it, but more, they are looking for how to position to defend what they have and work out how to find opportunities where others aren’t looking.

And that right there, is what we should be doing regardless of our wealth level.

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