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The Link Between Family Culture & Sustained Wealth with Aileen Miziolek




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The Link Between Family Culture and Sustained Wealth with Aileen Miziolek

Listen to my guest appearance on the podcast Capital Club, with host Brian C. Adams, to talk about The Link Between Family Culture and Sustained Wealth.



ABOUT THIS EPISODE


For families with great wealth, financial capital is just table stakes. The real challenge is the human element—how families relate to each other across generations. In this conversation, Aileen Miziolek provides concrete strategies for helping family members better communicate, resolve conflicts, and build partnerships.


Aileen Miziolek helps families use their wealth intentionally, with meaning, purpose, and direction to create the fulfilling lives they desire. She is a guide to business-owning families and families of means who are navigating the unique opportunities and challenges of inter-generational wealth transfer, business succession planning, estate planning, and philanthropy. Aileen brings a multi-disciplined and integrated approach to her work, including 20 years of experience in complex financial and estate planning, family systems coaching, and family business consulting. She is the co-author of Inspired Wealth, Financial Leadership for the 21st Century, and believes that all families can learn the skills to flourish at the intersection of wealth, personal well-being, and positive family relationships.



[00:01 - 06:44] Early Days and Evolution of Aileen’s Work 

  • Started as an entrepreneur during the Great Recession

  • Became a financial planner focused on family businesses

  • Wrote the book Inspired Wealth about integrating coaching and mindset work


[06:45 - 20:25] The Power of Systems Coaching and Relationship Skills

  • Systems coaching works with the whole family, not just individuals

  • Teaches critical relationship skills

  • Focuses on co-creating, adapting together

  • Managing conflict and staying curious


[20:26 - 34:21] Working with Sibling Teams

  • Define partnership, create a shared vision

  • Utilize complementary strengths

  • Establish trust and belief in each other

  • Validate differences but nurture collaboration


[34:22 - 44:00] Coaching Program with a Financial Planning Process

  • Creating a process for people to understand their financial goals

  • Facilitating communication in families

  • The mission to grow wealth sustainability


Key Quote:


“The fastest way to destroy wealth is conflict in families.” - Aileen Miziolek



This episode is sponsored by Mack International, a specialized executive search and human capital consulting firm serving the family office/wealth management markets. Please visit their website here for more information.



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