If, like us, you want the best for your kids, and you want them to have a struggle free life, you will really want to take up this offer.
Paul (who was a mentor of ours and someone we know well) and Chris have joined forces to write a book that is close to their hearts.
From the first time we met Paul 2 years ago, his ambition was to use a proportion of his online earnings to teach young people and teens how to become successful online and thereby live a life without financial stress.
With Student Loans In The U.S. Alone Reaching Over $1.5 TRILLION Understanding How To Manage Money Is More Important For Children Reaching College Age Than Ever Before!
In fact, in the UK, only recently (1 Nov 2018) it has been reported that 3 universities are going bankrupt!
So, as you can see, now is the right time to give your young person the information which could change their life.
The book (which is a physical book not a digital download) is aimed at 11-17 year old’s and will give your child an excellent grounding in money matters and how to make it work for them.
We have witnessed first hand Paul’s money management training and it is second to none. In fact, it has gone a long way to helping us get on the straight and narrow, financially.
Paul already has an Amazon top selling book – Rethink Social Media – which having read it myself, is a must for all adults looking to start an online business. Because of his success with this book, I know that his new book for teens will be a corker!
Are you hoping you’ve got your own Bill Gates in the making in your home? As a parent you can probably tell pretty easily whether or not the entrepreneurial spirit is evident in your child. Some kids make it very obvious that the regular nine-to-five will not be a part of their future. For others, you might need to investigate a bit further to see.
Ask these simple questions about your teen to see if your teen has the entrepreneurial spirit. If your answer is “yes” to one or more, you probably do.
1. Does she ask what she can do to earn more allowance? Is she willing to take on jobs around the house instead of hanging out at the mall with her pals? Does she do her chores and work with vigor and excellence?
2. Did she have the best lemonade stand on the block? Did she go the extra mile to make sure that her stand was profitable and her product and service brought back customers over and over again?
3. Does she value flexibility and independence more than the “sure thing” of an hourly job? Does she make comments about wanting something “more” than just flipping burgers or selling pink t-shirts?
4. Does she work well on her own? In her free time is she thinking of other ways to make money or start a business? When you give her a job or chore around the house does she jump in and do it quickly and efficiently?
5. Is she a self-learner? ? Does she spend time researching and reading for her schoolwork and outside of that? Does she enjoy finding out more about how to use the computer to her advantage?
So, do you have a young entrepreneur budding in your midst? Then you might want to give them the gift of this book – after all, Christmas is coming!