Financial literacy is an important part of having a successful life. But a Forbes report on the financial literacy crisis found that only four in seven Americans know how to handle their money.
Teaching finances to our children. Preparing them for adult life.
In this video, I’ll show you 4 money lessons I learned from my kids. Our kids can teach us more than we think. We can actually learn a lot just by observing our children.
In this video, I show you the best principles I’ve found in the 450 books I’ve read for your kids to learn helpful habits. Some ideas work better than others. I’ve made sure to only include the concepts and principles that really work – the stuff I actually do in my daily life.
In this video, we’re talking about goals, but goals are useless without systems. Here’s how to create systems and how to teach your kids to create systems that will achieve all of their goals. You don’t need even goals if you have the right systems in place.
In this video, we’re talking about the things that can keep all of us financially insecure. I give you a lot of data and stats to show some of the reasons we need to overcome these insecurities. We also talk about how to overcome all of these insecurities – practical ways.
Passive income: making money while you sleep. Sounds great, right? This is the entire idea behind “retirement.” I use quotations, because most people nowadays agree that retirement simply means not having to work — it doesn’t mean doing absolutely nothing (how retirement used to be viewed).
In this video, we talk about the practical money lessons your teen needs to know before they move out. We also talk about how to instill these lessons and ideas. There’s still hope even if they’ve already moved out (I mention the solution for that in the end).
In this video, we talk about 12 great jobs for young kids, including kids under 14 years old. Some of these jobs are pretty unique. We also go into the actual child labor laws and what they really are.