In Episode 93 of the Built on Purpose Podcast, Alex Kirby, CEO of Total Family Management (TFM), discusses the importance of family as a unifying entity and shares insights on improving family dynamics. He delves into his journey from business consultant to family coach, the challenges of balancing work and
"The limits of my language mean the limits of my world." - Ludwig Wittgenstein Picture this: a quintessential American scene with parents in the kitchen, yelling toward the adolescents in the other room. The parents are convinced the kids don't listen. The kids are sure their parents don't understand them.
Let's delve into some captivating insights from the World Values survey, specifically focusing on what people value when raising children: * Hard Work & Imagination: Journey back to 1990. Only 29% believed that instilling the value of hard work in children was essential. Come 2022, this sentiment has grown to 48%. Similarly,
Communication forms the backbone of all successful relationships, and our Communication workshop is the secret ingredient to fostering better connections. At its core, this workshop is all about understanding the unique language of communication, both yours and that of the people closest to you. Do you prefer direct and to-the-point
In our journey to support families everywhere, we sometimes encounter questions about the distinction between therapy and family coaching. Let's dive into the key differences between these two essential and complementary approaches. 1. Focus on the Past vs. Orientation Toward the Future: Therapy is a valuable resource that helps individuals
In a recent episode, Angelina Carleton chats with Alex Kirby, the CEO of Total Family Management (TFM). Alex emphasizes the importance of families not just focusing on work priorities but also on their values and goals to ensure holistic family health. He introduces listeners to the concept of leveraging clear
Warning: Family Coaching may lead to significant improvements in family dynamics, increased happiness, and stronger bonds. Side effects may include enhanced communication skills, reduced conflicts, and a higher level of emotional intelligence. Clients have reported experiencing improved decision-making abilities, strengthened relationships, and a more satisfying family life. Family Coaching is
At Total Family Management (TFM), we understand the value of relationships in your life. That's why we want to introduce you to our Social Fitness Workshop, which focuses on the strength of your relationships. As discovered by the 84-year-old Harvard Happiness Study, strong relationships are the leading indicator of long,
At the heart of TFM's values workshop lies your family culture. Defining your family values is a way to establish guiding principles that help create a sense of identity, purpose, and belonging within your family unit. They define what is important to your family, dictate behavior, and influence decision-making processes.
Legacy is a topic that almost all TFM clients want to explore with their coach in some way, shape, or form. Future success might mean annual, extended family vacations, improved communication, better relationships with adult children, intergenerational philanthropy, or another career opportunity after retirement. Vision and legacy go hand in