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Episode 76 – Helping others in remarkable ways In The Slipstream

    • Business

In this episode, we talk with Larry Fingleson of The Edward Alexander Foundation about his career, finding purpose and charitable giving. Amongst a range of interesting topics, we discuss - * Private ancillary funds and the roles that they can play in supporting good causes whilst at the same time fostering healthy discussions about money in families* Bringing philanthropy and estate planning into the conversations with one’s clients* Encouraging clients to give while they live so that they see the benefits that flow from their generosity. Some great activities with charitable links that Larry mentioned were: * Thread together – New York Marathon https://threadtogether.org/ (https://threadtogether.org/) November 2024* Feel the magic bike ride https://magicride.com.au/ (https://magicride.com.au/) Larry also shares some interesting suggestions about reaching out to potential mentors and how to get the best out of the relationship with a mentor.In the interview, Larry mentioned Ikigai, a profound book that he’s read lately, details of which appear below –Ikigai, the Japanese secret to a long and happy life, by Hector Garcia and Francesc MirallesSome other books that Larry loves to promote are – Preparing Heirs, Five steps to a successful transition of family wealth and values, by Roy Williams and Vic PreisserPhilanthropy – Heirs & Values. How successful families are using philanthropy to prepare their heirs for post-transition responsibilities, also by Roy Williams and Vic Preisser Larry's contact details are Email:                  larry@teaf.org.au (mailto:larry@teaf.org.au) Phone:                0407 766 700Web:                    www.teaf.org.au (http://www.teaf.org.au/) Linked In:           www.linkedin.com/in/larry-fingleson (http://www.linkedin.com/in/larry-fingleson) Scott’s contact details areEmail:                  scott@slipstreamgroup.com.au (mailto:scott@slipstreamgroup.com.au)Phone:                0409 870 330Web:                   www.slipstreamcoaching.com.au (http://www.slipstreamcoaching.com.au/)Linked In:           www.linkedin.com/in/scottcharlton (http://www.linkedin.com/in/scottcharlton) To take an interest in Tim Lane’s music, which is featured on the episode:Facebook:         The Backstick Agenda. (Please go and Like this page.)Website:            www.thebackstickagenda.com/ (http://www.thebackstickagenda.com/)Spotify:               Search for Tim Lane

In this episode, we talk with Larry Fingleson of The Edward Alexander Foundation about his career, finding purpose and charitable giving. Amongst a range of interesting topics, we discuss - * Private ancillary funds and the roles that they can play in supporting good causes whilst at the same time fostering healthy discussions about money in families* Bringing philanthropy and estate planning into the conversations with one’s clients* Encouraging clients to give while they live so that they see the benefits that flow from their generosity. Some great activities with charitable links that Larry mentioned were: * Thread together – New York Marathon https://threadtogether.org/ (https://threadtogether.org/) November 2024* Feel the magic bike ride https://magicride.com.au/ (https://magicride.com.au/) Larry also shares some interesting suggestions about reaching out to potential mentors and how to get the best out of the relationship with a mentor.In the interview, Larry mentioned Ikigai, a profound book that he’s read lately, details of which appear below –Ikigai, the Japanese secret to a long and happy life, by Hector Garcia and Francesc MirallesSome other books that Larry loves to promote are – Preparing Heirs, Five steps to a successful transition of family wealth and values, by Roy Williams and Vic PreisserPhilanthropy – Heirs & Values. How successful families are using philanthropy to prepare their heirs for post-transition responsibilities, also by Roy Williams and Vic Preisser Larry's contact details are Email:                  larry@teaf.org.au (mailto:larry@teaf.org.au) Phone:                0407 766 700Web:                    www.teaf.org.au (http://www.teaf.org.au/) Linked In:           www.linkedin.com/in/larry-fingleson (http://www.linkedin.com/in/larry-fingleson) Scott’s contact details areEmail:                  scott@slipstreamgroup.com.au (mailto:scott@slipstreamgroup.com.au)Phone:                0409 870 330Web:                   www.slipstreamcoaching.com.au (http://www.slipstreamcoaching.com.au/)Linked In:           www.linkedin.com/in/scottcharlton (http://www.linkedin.com/in/scottcharlton) To take an interest in Tim Lane’s music, which is featured on the episode:Facebook:         The Backstick Agenda. (Please go and Like this page.)Website:            www.thebackstickagenda.com/ (http://www.thebackstickagenda.com/)Spotify:               Search for Tim Lane

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