Article Link: https://www.childcareexchange.com/article/investing-in-early-childhood-education/5021338/I just attended the Nexus Global Youth Summit at the United Nations in New York City. This meeting was attended by 800+ millenials who want their wealth and wits to make the world a better place. It was a real eye-opener for me;
in this trend report I will share some insights I gleaned.
At the Nexus Summit I encountered four types of participants . . .
Young inheritors — individuals from families who are passing down from one generation to the next significant finanicial resources in trusts and foundations. A Nexus presenter observed that between 1988 and 2052 over $41 trillion will be passed on from one generation to the next. The result is a huge cadre of young adults with large fortunes that they, in many cases, intend to use to make a difference in the world. At the Summit, many of these young adults I met had a clear idea of how they would invest their fortunes, while others were still defining a vision for their wealth.
Serial entrepreneurs — individuals who have built up and sold numerous businesses before the age of 35. Those attending Nexus had found that they were not achieving happiness through the fortunes they were accumulating, ...