A Lasting Legacy

A Lasting Legacy

On December 1st, just before midnight Charles S. Luck III passed away after 87 extraordinary years. As I knew him, Mr. Luck was the epitome of a Southern Gentlemen—he was thoughtful and serious and always asked after my family. He had such a gravity about him that I...
Values in Families and Family Businesses

Values in Families and Family Businesses

Every family has values. These values are the filters through which we see the world, interpret data, make decisions, and spend our resources. One of my colleagues had grandparents who were raised on a farm with a value of working hard together. They believed that...
Leveraging Technology for Connection

Leveraging Technology for Connection

As an organization that values relationships and the prosperity of people above all else, Luck Companies’ Communications Team’s strategy revolves around a central idea: bringing associates’ voices and perspectives forward.  Amid the rapidly changing environment...
Putting the Fun Back in Dysfunctional

Putting the Fun Back in Dysfunctional

My friends from Holt Development—Larry and Guy—ask this question: What would it be like to have organizations that were filled with functional behavior? Functional and effective, as opposed to dysfunctional and ineffective? Imagine that one of your coworkers...
Intentional Goal Planning

Intentional Goal Planning

Most of us act as if goal planning is only acceptable the first week of January. I am officially giving you permission to goal plan at any time – because today is always the perfect time to get intentional about aligning your actions with your hopes and dreams. It is...
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