Mar 27, 2019
Non Violent Communication is a loaded term, and evokes strong feelings sometimes. This week’s show with Tatiana and Stephanie features special guest Pamela Morgan.
She is a leading attorney in the space, and has been a beloved member of the community since 2014. On a more personal level, she has been a wonderful friend to Tatiana and has been kind enough to offer guidance on how to grow emotional intelligence. At first the ladies review a bit about attachment theory, but then Pam shares with us what she’s learned after delving into Marshall Rosenburg’s book “Non Violent Communication”. Pam also talks a bit about her book Crypto Inheritance Planning. We discuss how to protect your loved ones when you pass away, and the best way to store your cryptos to pass on the information while keeping your keys secure.
About the Guests:
Pamela Morgan is an educator, entrepreneur, author, and attorney. Licensed to practice law in Michigan and Illinois, she has extensive legal experience in business organization, risk analysis, contract negotiation and drafting, and dispute resolution through consensus building. She began focusing her law practice exclusively on bitcoin and open blockchains in early 2014. Today, much of her work with Empowered Law involves training lawyers how to use bitcoin and open blockchain technology to reduce risk and uncertainty in business and legal settings. Her workshops have been lauded as providing “clarity amidst all the hype.” She is a widely respected authority on multi-signature governance, inheritance planning and legal innovation using digital currencies. Her book, Cryptoasset Inheritance Planning: A Simple Guide for Owners, provides a clear blueprint to inheritance planning for those holding cryptocurrency, tokens, crypto-collectibles, and other cryptoassets.
She is also the founder of Third Key Solutions, LLC, a boutique cryptographic key consulting firm that works with individuals and organizations to improve the security of their cryptoassets and ensure these assets are accessible in the event of a crisis or disaster. In 2017, she joined the American Arbitration Association Commercial Panel as the first arbitrator with extensive bitcoin and open blockchain experience.
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