Publications

Continuity offers original content on a range of essential topics for family enterprises. See the list below for currently available products and resources.

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Wealth of Wisdom: Top Practices for Wealthy Families and Their Advisors
by Tom McCullough, Keith Whitaker

In Wealth of Wisdom: Top Practices for Wealthy Families and Their Advisors, veteran family wealth practitioners and advisors Tom McCullough and Keith Whitaker have collected practical and hands-on tools, exercises, and activities for wealthy family members and the practitioners who advise them.

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Deconstructing Conflict: Understanding Family Business, Shared Wealth and Power
by Doug Baumoel and Blair Trippe

Deconstructing Conflict looks at family business conflict, or conflict over shared wealth, as one example of a broader category of conflict: identity-based, systemic conflict among stakeholders who share important continuing relationships.

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Wealth of Wisdom: The Top 50 Questions Wealthy Families Ask
by Tom McCullough, Keith Whitaker

A critical resource for families managing significant wealth. Wealth of Wisdom offers essential guidance and tools to help high-net-worth families successfully manage significant wealth. By compiling the 50 most common questions surrounding protection and growth, this book provides a compendium of knowledge from experts around the globe and across disciplines, including contributions from Continuity’s own experts, Doug Baumoel and Blair Trippe.

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Mom Always Liked You Best – A Guide to Resolving Family Feuds, Inheritance Battles and Eldercare Crises
Co-Authored with Continuity colleagues Blair TrippeRikk Larsen and Arline Kardasis

Mom Always Liked You Best – A Guide to Resolving Family Feuds, Inheritance Battles and Eldercare Crises is a practical guide for the millions of Americans currently struggling with adult family conflict. It is designed to give you the information and tools you need right now to achieve those mutual agreements that seem so elusive.

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Family Business Abundance: How to Scale Your Company and Succeed Together Across Multiple Generations
by Bradley Fisher

For some, family business is the best way to become wealthy, to cultivate human capacity, and to make an impact on the world. It can be incredibly satisfying, and at times, even fun to work with the ones whom you love the most. Rewarding, satisfying, and sometimes even fun. But not easy.

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In Practice/Beyond the Thomas-Kilmann Model: Into Extreme Conflict

This article outlines the Baumoel-Trippe extension to the Thomas-Kilmann model and addresses the full range of family relationships involved in identity-based conflicts within family business.

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