Each of the families to whom we’re referred has contemplated and addressed their family business dynamics already. Most have hired outside consultants in the past, and attempted to achieve the change they crave. Brilliant, business-savvy patriarchs and matriarchs have taken a good hard look at a particular problem. Yet the problem itself seems to have greater resilience than the process applied to resolving it.

The challenge is, the perceived need is often a practical point of pain that’s meandering its way around the real issues. It’s only half the story; the water that’s inclined to keep flowing around the rocks instead of the rocks themselves.

Each of the families to whom we’re referred has contemplated and addressed their family business dynamics already. Brilliant, business-savvy patriarchs and matriarchs have taken a good hard look at a particular problem. Yet the problem itself seems to have greater resilience than the process applied to resolving it.

As a result, in the past perhaps the work was treated as a project; a strategic initiative to be addressed and checked off the list. Families wind up with a consulting engagement that was transactional instead of a modality for transformation: the deep and lasting change they are seeking.

Over the past three decades, we have applied our proven methodology to helping a wide array of eight- to ten-figure families establish their resilience for achieving and sustaining change. Each milestone readies them for the next. They build muscle memory for approaching any obstacle or opportunity with the skills and courage to get to the other side and stay there. It’s a model we call The Wisdom Quotient.