How do you talk about and use the answers to these questions?
One of the most common mistakes people make when they do strategic planning or personal development plans is that they neatly produce a handsome document and bind it for posterity. It would be better to have your three-year-old write it in crayon on the kitchen wall, because at least then you would have to look at it from time to time. Fortunately, there is a better way to keep your uniqueness and top priority alive, one that doesn’t involve crayons or defacing your kitchen. At least not much.
The most important thing a family has to do to keep its context alive is discuss it in regular meetings. Yes, meetings.
As distasteful as that may sound, it is critical ...