Winning or Losing by Robert Lamoreaux JD
This is not a “”get rich quick”” book. This book is for readers who are concerned bout their financial state. Robert Lamoreaux JD uses his extensive knowledge and experience to create a straight-forward, easy-to-read, behind-the-scenes look at the factors influencing all aspects of personal finances and future retirement.
Robert Lamoreaux JD is a successful attorney who has specialized in estate and financial planning throughout his career. He holds degrees from Brigham Young University and University of Utah College of law as well as certificates from many other institutes of higher education around the country. He has lectured extensively from coast to coast and has traveled the world managing assets, which have been gifted, to an international charitable organization. Robert has given legal counsel to numerous corporations, colleges and universities, prominent individuals and the IRS. He has vast knowledge, which has come from planning numerous estates of all types and sizes. Robert currently has a successful private practice and continues to be in demand for his work on estate law and financial planning.
Q&A With the Author:
1. What is the thing you struggle with the most while writing? And how do you defeat it?
a, Putting the information into a common language that can be understood by everyone, b, Rewrite, rewrite, rewrite……..
2. What is the most important thing if your life, and why?
My wife and family. You can be the richest person in the world, financially, but without family you have nothing
Nothing in this world is more important than family relations. Family includes parents, siblings, spouse, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. When it comes to the race of life, this group of individuals will define your success in everything you do. Failure in any of these relationships cannot be compensated for by your success in business, sports, or other pursuits.
I know children do not always agree with their parents. as individuals, we each have the ability and responsibility to make our own choices and decisions, which are never the same for any two of us. however, just because i do not cut the lawn the same way, decorate my house the same, like the same make of car or like or dislike the Dallas Cowboys, there is no reason i cannot honor and respect my parents. Sometimes we let little things become huge barriers in our relationship with our parents. I had a client who had not communicated with his parents for over twenty years because of an argument over a shotgun. How lame is that? …
But some people don’t even visit their parents, or say thank you, or call them on the phone. As I have said before, what goes around comes around, and some day you will mature and be one of the older generation. I hope you receive the same type of honor from your children that you have given to your parents.