Vyne Legacy Blog

Crafting A Family Focused Check-In to Cultivate Culture family communication family growth strategies Jan 30, 2023

In 2 Samuel 23:5, it is written, “For does not my house stand so with God? For he has made with me an everlasting covenant, ordered in all things and secure. For will he not cause to prosper all my help and my desire?” As a family, you want to encourage this vision of a fruitful...

Your Map for Life family growth strategies Jan 23, 2023

When you join an organization or a particular community, there are always standards involved. You learn what it means to be part of that community — what’s acceptable, what isn’t, and what members of the community are known for.

We refer to this as a code of conduct, and it...

3 Ways to Renew Engagement with Your Older Children family growth strategies Jan 16, 2023

You have been a parent for many years. You have changed countless diapers, helped orchestrate many last-minute projects, and acted as a fierce confidant for your children. But as the years go by, your role in their life changes to something new. Instead of being their sole provider, you gradually...

One Powerful Key to Passing On Your Legacy family growth strategies legacy lessons Jan 09, 2023

We often hear of families having issues while planning their wills and trusts.

The truth is that most typically have some idea of how much wealth they’ll pass on to their children. But few are equipped to discuss how they’ll pass on their legacy.

Your legacy should NOT...

Upholding Your Family's Vision legacy lessons mission vision and values Jan 02, 2023

How long did you stick with your New Year’s resolutions last year?

Millions of people make them every year. Lose weight. Watch less TV. Read more. Eat healthier. 

As the end of the year approaches, people set goals they want to accomplish with the hope of a new year and a fresh...

Starting the New Year Right legacy lessons Dec 26, 2022

As we enter a new and bright year, it becomes tempting to leave 2022 behind completely. We have a habit as a culture of abandoning trends, concepts, or traditions as they become “old”. This often is seen in our own legacies as ideas that were passed down from generation to generation...

Skipping Christmas Dec 19, 2022

A few years ago John Grisham’s novel, Skipping Christmas, debuted in bookstores across the nation. It’s the story of a family tired out by the commercialization of Christmas. But when their daughter decides to not come home for Christmas, the decide to check out and go on a...

Taking in the Small Moments family growth strategies legacy lessons Dec 12, 2022

This time of year is filled with many distractions. Bright lights, the frantic bustle of shoppers, your children running around the halls while on break. It is easy to become weary during the Christmas season. It is easy to sacrifice the spirit of celebration.

Celebration is defined as “the...

Family Celebration family growth strategies Dec 05, 2022

Have you ever thought how celebration can impact your family’s culture?

Walker Manufacturing was created from celebration. In 1953, while celebrating Christmas, seven-year-old Max Walker was gifted a miniature model Caterpillar from his father. This gift was the inspiration to Max to enter...

5 Keys to a Great Family Giving Experience with Young Adults legacy lessons Nov 28, 2022

It’s common for families with young adult children to ask us, “How should we give together?”

While you can go in multiple directions, here are 5 tried-and-true ideas for giving with young adults:

1. Don’t make it complicated.

A simple way to start involves random...

Tradition and Values mission vision and values Nov 21, 2022

We often hear the phrase “traditional values”. But what does that mean?

Traditional values are values that have been passed down from generation to generation. They are long lasting, form the strongest relationships, and provide the foundation for a thriving legacy. These are the...

How Can You Achieve a Multigenerational Family Legacy? legacy lessons mission vision and values Nov 14, 2022

Why do companies like Coca-Cola and Nike have decades of sustained success?

It’s not just because of good leadership. Or billion-dollar advertising budgets. It’s something even more valuable:

The consistent implementation of company values.

These values aren’t buried in the...