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Legacy and Leaving a Trail of Breadcrumbs

The Business of Family
Legacy and Leaving a Trail of Breadcrumbs
By Mike Boyd • Issue #34 • View online
“That is a big part of why I write too… I have so many notebooks filled with thoughts. Filled with all of me. And maybe one day my boys want more context about who I was / am.
Actions speak louder than words only until we’re not here to take action any more.
One of the reasons I am publishing my poetry (my debut book, Motion) is to leave breadcrumbs for my boys to retrace all the parts of me they perhaps never knew or saw or understood. When I’m not around anymore, I want to leave them a way to still find (more of) me.”
With every line you read
You illuminate more of me
Connecting two more dots
In the universe of the truest me
Read the full post by Adii Pienaar on his blog.
Adii is this week’s podcast guest and in addition to being a talented writer, he’s also a 3x Technology Founder with two significant exits under his belt already.
We talk about being a First Generation wealth creator, setting up his family office, living life profitably and leaving a legacy. Scroll down to see a preview of his episode or click through to listen now.

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Interesting Links
Women more likely to have investment roles at family offices than at asset managers | Family Capital
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It was the company her father started and she then led. Employees were like family. Now, she had to let them go - The Boston Globe
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Mike Boyd is the co-owner and CEO of the Vroom Group, Founder of Prosura insurance, Investor at Mudbrick Capital, Host of The Business of Family Podcast and an active member of YPO.
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