Oct 12, 2021
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Host Steve Legler speaks with guest John A. Warnick, founder and head of the Purposeful Planning Institute. Together they cover how the institute came into being, the importance of collaboration, the natural fit that many FEA's feel with that network and the future of the movement to more family-centric advice and planning.
John A. Warnick is the founder of the Purposeful Planning Institute and Family Wealth Transitions & Solutions.
He finds immense fulfillment in educating and training children, adolescents and emerging adults in financial literacy, philanthropic service and holistic family wealth principles. He is currently serving as co-editor of a book on best practices for trusts and is also working on two other books entitled, The Gift of You and The Purposeful Trust Handbook.
Mr. Warnick received a BA magna cum laude from Brigham Young University and his JD from George Washington University with honors.
[0:35] Steve Legler welcomes John A. Warnick and invites him to correct or add anything to his introduction.
[3:22] Mr. Warnick touches on how he came to land on the moniker “Purposeful Planning.” He shares how his views on family planning evolved and the importance of being more reflective for both clients and advisors.
[9:04] Walking the purposeful road was helped by quite a few mentors along the way, Mr. Warnick speaks to the foundational influences he’s benefited from and shares how he met James E. Hughes.
[16:48] The purposeful planning movement is progressing; John A. Warnick talks about how he sees the future taking shape collaboratively; Steve and John discuss multidisciplinary fluency.
[26:09] Mr. Warnick talks about the synergy between FEA, Family Enterprise Canada and PPI, and how this overlap is expanding the library of best practices.
[31:50] John A. Warnick shares his book recommendations as well as his one piece of advice from an advisor to other advisors.
[36:17] Steve thanks John for joining the podcast and sharing his experience and expertise with the audience. Listeners, please subscribe!
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