Life throws lots of challenges at you at every stage. We’re here to talk about them by connecting you with experts on handling the issues you face. Join me, Emily Grace, as we address topics of interest to dynamic families at every stage in their life. At the end of the day, planning for all of the stages in life is crucial. Working with dynamic families at Bernstein Private Wealth Management I’ve helped people through many acts by helping them plan and invest in a straightforward and values driven manner. For more information, you can reach me at Emily.Grace@Bernstein.com or at 212-756-1951.
Blurring the Lines: Dermatological Questions Answered
You asked and we answered... Listen in as I speak with Liz Zeitler, of NY Medical and Cosmetic Dermatology to discuss skincare and wrinkles in general and then address the more targeted eye and chin areas. Liz walks us through everything from the importance of preventative care to ways to address the damage we have already done. She is full of practical and actionable advice and provides great guidance for those looking to take additional action. Listen in to learn more.
And, if you, or someone you know, would like an introduction to Liz, or to learn more about the work that my team and I do to help dynamic families invest and plan, you can reach me at Emily.Grace@Bernstein.com.
Travel & Hospitality Post Pandemic w/ Karen Gee-McAuley
With 200 million vaccinations expected by summer and cases of Covid continuing to fall, the question turns to what the world will look like post pandemic and how we prepare ourselves. In today’s episode, we speak with Karen Gee-McAuley, Principal of...
A Story to Tell w/ Iris Wagner
I have been hearing from many of you about the moments of magic that you are working into your everyday life during the pandemic. A question that arises is how to memorialize a lifetime of these moments. How do we preserve the stories that make up our...
Celebrating Holidays & Life Events w/ Doris Dwek
This year, the holidays will look very different for many of us. Like many, instead of gathering with extended family and friends, my family of four will be keeping to ourselves, exploring Central Park, and cooking a simple meal this year.
Doris Dwek, of Doris Dwek Events, joins me on this episode of Stages to talk through what you can do, during this uncertain time, to help people feel engaged in the celebration. From ideas for creating connection when apart to making events feel special with far fewer people in attendance, we discuss strategies for making everyone feel engaged and special.
Trade offs are always a part of our world, and I spend my time helping dynamic families think through the trade-offs they are facing within their finances and life. If you, or someone you know, would like to discuss, you can reach me at Emily.Grace@Bernstein.com
Magic In The Moments
“The silence between the notes in music is just as important as the notes themselves.”
I have been hearing from many of you about the moments of magic that you are working into your everyday life during this time. You have told me about the time spent with family, the excitement of a new venture, and finding new ways to celebrate important milestones.
It got me thinking that in finance, as in life, there is so much connection to magic – the timing, the rhythm, the focus, the illusion.
In the interest of learning more about incorporating magic into our lives, I have invited the great Illusionist & Mentalist, Wayne Hoffman, to join me on this episode of Stages.
Listen in as we discuss:
- Tips for Following Your Passion
- The Silence Between the Notes, and
- Incorporating Magic Into Everyday Life
Multi-award winning performer Wayne Hoffman is recognized as one of the top mentalists in the world. Pre-COVID 19 he toured the world with his stage show “Mind Candy” and his motivational speech, “The Power and Potential of The Human Mind.” He is also the author of the best-selling book “Mind Candy” and has appeared on countless television shows including Americas Got Talent. Wayne’s passion for the mysterious was sparked at a young age and lead him to study the art of magic. Later, through extensive self studies in sociology, psychology, and human behavior, Wayne was able to develop the foundation of his skills today.
Remote Schooling Tips w/ Teru Clavel
If you have a child doing remote learning this Fall – or you think that they might end up remote – this episode of Stages is for you.
Teru Clavel, Education Author, Speaker, and Consultant joins me to discuss practical tips for making remote learning a success. Some key components include:
Separation of Sleep Space and Educational SpaceTalking About Current Events Complement the On-Line with In Person (ie trips to local museums)Adding a home Economics Component – bills, laundry, organizingLiteracy & Numeracy – lots of books and numbersListen now to understand why planning (whether for remote learning or your finances!) is so important.To discuss further, you can reach me at Emily.Grace@Bernstein.com
Loads of great info!
As a NY mom who is about to go through the middle school application process, I thought this was so helpful to help us think about the right school for our child.
Changing the Sheets
Love these podcasts - learned a lot from this one on bedding, comfort and sustainability