Last Day to Enter the Legacy Project Book Giveaway

Last Day to Enter the Legacy Project Book Giveaway

Inspiration to move forward with your family’s succession plan 

Farm Journal is excited to provide a set of the five books listed below to two lucky readers. There are two ways to win:

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The five books are:


“The Enduring Legacy: Essential Family Business Values” 
Lance Woodbury
Succession planning oftenfocuses on passing financial assets. But Lance Woodbury, family business consultant and member of the Farm Journal Legacy Project Advisory Team, knows furthering a family’s legacy requires focusing on values. He offers 20 values that capture the essence of today’s successful family businesses.


“Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business” 
Gino Wickman
Farmers, just like other business leaders, face common frustrations—personnel conflict, profit troubles and poor growth. This easy read explains how owners can strengthen six key components of their operation. Author Gino Wickman also details when and how you should evaluate your operation and goals.


“Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success”
Adam Grant
While passion, hard work, talent and luck are commonly seen as the main drivers to success, author and professor Adam Grant argues today’s success is dependent on how you interact with and treat others. Through reading this book, you will identify if you are a taker, matcher or giver. You’ll also learn how to become a successful giver.


“Perpetuating the Family Business” 
John L. Ward
What makes a family business stand the test of time? Author John L. Ward offers best practices of successful and long-lasting families in business, including Levi-Strauss, Ford Motors and The New York Times. He identifies the common phases of family businesses and provides 50 lessons for family business longevity.


“Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap ...And Others Don’t” 
Jim Collins
From more than 1,400 companies, Jim Collins and his research team identified 11 companies that made the leap from mediocre to great results and sustained those high levels for at least 15 years. This book analyzes the people, thoughts and actions of these successful companies. Collins discovers common traits in the leaders of these companies, such as being humble and focused on doing what’s best for the company. You’ll learn how you can emulate the values and principles of these companies on your farm and that the people on your team are far more important than accomplishments. 



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