Insight“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela
Barbara Shaiman, Founder of Embrace Your Legacy, discussed strategies and activities to help people “live their legacies,” become more philanthropic and create projects for social change. Podcast featured from the Jan. 10, 2017, Boomer Generation Radio show. Listen to...read more
In this interview, Steve Lubetkin interviews Barbara Shaiman, founder of Embrace Your Legacy Now and Champions of Caring, about ethical wills and how to live your legacy now.read more
While many hope to use their later years to make a difference, finding meaningful work can be hard. Here are four ways to launch and succeed.read more
In this Money Matters interview, Barbara Greenspan Shaiman explains how finding one’s passion and converting it to action can impact well-being and teach values across multiple generations. Both are especially important in wealth management.read more
Barbara Greenspan Shaiman applauds and explains the importance of living a legacy during the annual celebration of the Jewish Federation of Omaha Foundation and its nine community partner organizations.read more
Barbara Greenspan Shaiman was born into a perfect storm of tragedy few could comprehend, let alone process healthily.
However, that is not what sets her apart from the millions of other men and women in the world who were born into equally tragic and inauspicious beginnings. What sets Shaiman apart is not where she came from, but where she ended up: An honorable and compassionate destination, achieved by harnessing the profound pain and tragedy she was born into to find a higher calling.
Dan Gottleib, Ph.D., interviews Barbara Greenspan Shaiman about Social Responsibility on "Voices in the Family," a weekly public radio show on Nov. 24, 2014. Barbara appears at 16:25.read more
As we grow older and have less time left, there may be a tendency to ask, “What impact have I had?” “What have I contributed to others and future generations?” “What is my legacy?” Most theorists agree that adult development is ongoing. As we age, a major task is to...read more
Hear Barbara Greenspan Shaiman talk about how to live your legacy at any stage of life via The Three Tomatoes' show on Blog Talk radio. The Three Tomatoes is a New York based newsletter and city guide for women....read more
Champions of Caring, our youth program, was highlighted in the Summer Edition of the Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal. Thank you to Nick, Tine and Amy, Emily, and Alina for sharing our work! To read the article and view the journal, follow the link below:...read more
Part memoir and part 10-step, how-to guide, Barbara provides tools and strategies to help you create meaningful change in your own life, as well as those of others.