I’m a little late on this one: Congratulations to authors Robert Balentine and Adrian Cronje on receiving the Nautilus Book Award for First Generation Wealth: Three Guiding Principles for Long-Lasting Wealth and an Enduring Family Legacy. It was a pleasure supporting you and learning from you :)
The book offers the perspective of these two expert wealth management insiders on how entrepreneurs (i.e., first-generation wealth builders) can overcome the financial, emotional, and psychological challenges they face to find meaning in their wealth for them and for their generations of their family to come. It encourages entrepreneurs to think about where they are and to consider what adjustments may be needed in various parts of their lives. It asks tough, and essential questions about what they want to happen over time to ensure they can grow, enjoy, and pass along the fruits of their labor as well as the values which round out their legacy.
The Nautilus Book Award was founded 25 years ago to recognize “better books for a better world” identifies books in multiple categories that make a difference and inspire.
Interestingly, another of my authors Alan Steinberg (book to be published) also won a Nautilus Award for his debut novel To Be Enlightened. Sadly, I can't take any credit for that one.