If you’ve read my About Page, you know that Money prodigy is not only a passion of mine, but a very personal topic for me.
I have a kid as well, and even though he’s barely a year old, I’ve got desires for him when it comes to his future money management.
Even though he cannot yet walk, his future life sometimes unfurls in front of me and I’d like to think I’m touching that future in part by the things I’m teaching him now and in the years to come.
So I’m building Money Prodigy with both your child and my child in mind.
What exactly am I hoping to teach your child + mine about money?
A Money Prodigy has the following 5 characteristics:
Understands how to make money grow, and pairs this with a good work ethic for making money.
Capable of setting savings goals and knows how to reach them.
Stays out of the debt cycle, or at least does not enter it blindly.
Has a healthy, easeful relationship with money and knows how to use it for the tool that it is.
Is an independent, creative thinker who can work for themselves if they choose because they understand the monetary risks and possible rewards of doing so.
I’m dedicating a significant amount of my time to turning your child + many other children into Money Prodigies.
So let’s get a little more personal than that.
I wrote this letter to my kid, Conner, so that both he and you can be really clear on what I’m trying to accomplish here.
Are you ready to get started with Money Prodigy?
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