Family legacy planning involves more than just helping your clients accumulate assets.
Creating a lasting legacy for your clients means crafting a set of values, purpose, and financial knowledge that lasts for generations.
In this episode, Referral Coach Bill Cates interviews Randy Jones, Wealth Management Advisor at Financial Growth Partners. Randy shares his insights on family legacy planning, emphasizing the need to connect all aspects of a client’s life to create a comprehensive financial plan. He introduces his legacy system for creating generational wealth and discusses the interconnectedness of money and time. Randy also shares the importance of creating a family constitution to guide future generations.
Bill and Randy discuss:
- Randy’s unconventional path to becoming a wealth management advisor.
- Purpose Driven Financial Planning – it’s not just about the money.
- Randy’s approach of family legacy planning that evolves and grows with clients.
- Randy’s Legacy System and why to focus on our legacy to our future generations.
- The different assets individuals have, including physical, intellectual, ethical, and material assets, and their importance in building a legacy.
- The distinction between flashy wealth and true wealth.
- The significance of early financial education and instilling values in children.
- What you need to know about The Family Constitution and The Synergy Consortium.
- … And more!
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About Randy Jones:
Randy Jones has been in the finance industry for 26 years. As a wealth management advisor at a financial services company, Randy has access to all the same products and programs as any other financial advisor, but that’s not why people come to him.
They come to him for a plan. Randy’s plans are not in a leather-bound book that you put on a shelf in hopes of reading someday. They are plans that you can live, and they change and grow with you and your family.
In life, you have other assets that mean more to you than money. Yet, for most people money has/is/will be more of an obstacle than an asset. You can change this if you are willing to change the way you think. You first must ask yourself “Do I want another product, or do I want a plan?”
Randy helps you create your experiences. He teaches “It’s better to givethan to receive.” He helps you live your dreams, appreciate life, and live in the wow!