I received this e-mail today after shipping The Legacy of Inherited Wealth: Interviews with Heirs, and Labors of Love: The Legacy of Inherited Wealth, Book 2, (both from The Inheritance Project) to a woman who turns out to be inheritor. I was so thrilled that I decided (with her permission to share it with others.
“I couldn’t read both your books fast enough! Thank you, Barbara, firstly for all the hard work you’ve done over time to make these ‘baskets of information’ available to someone like myself, who for 66 years kinda thought I was the only one who struggled with the pitfalls of inherited money.
Well, not really, of course, but it sure has felt that way at times, and reading your books allows me to see clearly that rather than feeling alone, that I actually belong to a club of sorts. I’m way not a clubbie, but in this case it’s a consolation to know these struggles are nothing new, out-of-the-ordinary and seem to comprise a genre. Sad, but true. And I feel uplifted and inspired by myriad upside of money stories that help to balance the painful events associated with money that is more than enough. And that’s a blessed reminder to nourish gratitude! All good thoughts. Nancy”Over the years we have received many such heartfelt words of thanks. And it always lifts my spirits. If you have time for more, take a look at the testimonial page.