Your Generational Impact
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All our lives were impacted by the generations who came before us.
What stories and values are you intentionally or unintentionally carrying forward? Knowing our lives will impact the generations that follow us, how do we want to be remembered? Come join our ‘conversation time machine’ as we explore the influence of our past generations and how we can more intentionally plan to impact future ones.
Join us for this in-person Sip Session led by Greg Hammond and come away with a purposeful vision of your life, and how you may impact future generations by passing on wisdom from your experiences and the generations before you.
Reminder: Bring an open mind and an open heart. We invite you to bring a favorite beverage to sip and share with other attendees.
Photography by Mike Marques at Marques Creative.
Sip Location: Noah Webster House, 227 S Main St, West Hartford, CT 06107
ABOUT GREG HAMMOND
Greg Hammond, CFP®, CPA is a financial coach, author, and speaker who is on a mission to make a positive impact in people’s lives. As CEO of Hammond Iles Wealth Advisors, Greg guides families across three generations to discover their purpose for money. He empowers investors through education and coaching to protect them from unwise choices so they may have more comfort and confidence about their finances. Greg believes having a purposeful financial plan and a better understanding of your investment portfolio may allow you to be inspired to new possibilities and do more that matters.
Greg enjoys golf, hiking, running, travel, and sampling local craft beers. He lives in an empty nest in West Hartford with his wife. Their two adult daughters are successfully launched to Chicago and Atlanta.
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Your Input Requested | Sip Session Wildcard Topic for December 13, 2023
While we have your attention … We invite you to suggest the topic of the last Sip Session of 2023. What do you want to explore? Controversial or taboo topics welcome … and honesty is encouraged. Have a say. Go to the survey here.