Lang Family Gathering—Survey Lang Family Gathering—Survey Your Name:*Preferred Phone Number:*Email Address:* Please list any dietary restrictions or allergies (e.g., vegetarian, gluten or dairy free, etc.):If you ARE golfing on Friday, what is your golf index:If you are NOT golfing on Friday, what is your alternative activity preference:BikingHikingAlpine SlidePaint BallJust Hang Out and RelaxFor each of the five education sessions at the July Gathering, let us know your interest in the session by completing the survey below. After each abstract you are asked to express your interest by selecting one of the following options: Definitely want to attend this sessionMay attend this sessionNot interested in this sessionIntroduction to Enduring FamiliesThe Enduring Family proactively explores and embraces the categories described below. In this interactive session each category is defined by its general characteristics. The goal of the session is to inspire Lang Family members to work toward an creating an enduring family. In the session you’ll learn about: The presentation of our current family values and “how we roll” as an enduring family Dealing with challenges within the family Being bound by affinity rather than solely by blood How we honor and leverage our human, intellectual, financial, and social “capital” Fostering the creativity and dream fulfillment of individual family members *Definitely want to attend this sessionMay attend this sessionNot interested in this sessionFinancial Stewardship and PhilanthropyThis session explores the interplay among Family Values, Stewardship of Financial Assets, and Philanthropy. We’ll review our responsibility, individually and collectively, to be aware stewards of our time, treasure, and talent. We’ll also examine the possible roles and uses of money in our lives. Here are some examples: To accelerate personal growth, education, and self-improvement To provide the environment and time so family members may deepen relationships with those close to them (life partner, other family members, friends) As an investment in people, projects and causes that will make the world a better place (philanthropy) To save and invest prudently so that current and future generations have a level of safety and security *Definitely want to attend this sessionMay attend this sessionNot interested in this sessionEmpowering the Rising GenerationThis session lays out the challenges both parents and young adults (14-35) experience during the transition into mature, responsible adulthood. For all: Ideas on how to address and repair strained relationships within the family For parents: Ideas on how to best encourage and empower your young adults without enabling or rescuing For young adults: How to “manage” your parents so you can honor their intentions and enlist their support, while maintaining your independence For all: Ideas for creating authentic, enduring relationships at all levels within the family *Definitely want to attend this sessionMay attend this sessionNot interested in this sessionLang Family LoreIn this fireside-chat-like panel session Gen-3 and Gen-4 Lang Family Members will share the pivotal life moments that shaped who they are as individuals and as family members. Rather than advice-giving (telling) or simply recounting events, panel members will share—with a blend of humor and vulnerability—the trials and joys of their past, and their future aspirations for themselves, their immediate families, and the entire Lang family.*Definitely want to attend this sessionMay attend this sessionNot interested in this sessionFinding Passion, Purpose and Meaning in Work and LifeThis session is for any Lang Family member who is pondering “What’s next in my life?” and how to best leverage family resources to find a rewarding vocation, avocation, or form of stewardship / contribution. Younger Lang’s (14-22) may choose to focus on academic / education options. Young Adults (22-40) may often seek a meaningful career (including entrepreneurship) that utilizes their natural talents and brings a sense of achievement or success. Mid-Life Lang’s (40s and 50s), still in the prime of their work lives, may explore the balance of full-out vocational achievements and stewardship—including more active roles in the Lang Family Office. Gen-3 and Gen-4 Lang’s may seek the optimal blend of self-care, pleasureful pursuits, connection with others in the Lang family, and roles in philanthropy, community, or other forms of contribution. The goal: Each attendee comes away with a sense of optimism and enthusiasm to explore their next stage of life.*Definitely want to attend this sessionMay attend this sessionNot interested in this sessionThanks for taking the time to complete this survey. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.