I spend much of my professional life working directly with families to preserve the past, yet build on top of it. While it sounds lofty, it really involves listening to families about what was important in their shared history, helping them translate that to what it means for their values today, and putting in place plans to transmit that history and those values to subsequent generations. It’s a process that, if done well, repeats itself. The next generation then takes what they can from their ancestors and makes it their own. And so on.
I had a chance to see this in full force during a family vacation to Italy this summer. Continue reading Gioia Perugini's latest blog post: Antiquities, Lasagna, and Preserving a Family Legacy.
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