How to Raise a Millionaire is the ultimate parent's guide to increase confidence and foster bully-proof self esteem in any kid. How to Raise a Millionaire provides a unique action plan to help any kid start their own business in 5 days and in the process teach them the secret, the six millionaire skills every successful person knows: Dream It, Believe It, Love It, Work It, Own It, and Give It. It also includes simple everyday tips to help parents raise a capable kid.
Through the teaching tools of entrepreneurship your kid will learn to be more responsible, follow directions better and you'll see them grow in ways you never expected. They will learn to dream outside the box, believe they can do anything they put their minds to, have passion for their goals, work hard to achieve what they want, take responsibility for their actions and the consequences and have compassion for others.
In How to Raise a Millionaire Ann tells us the story of how she did it and the results she saw in her son Jack.
There are plenty of great books out there about kids and business. How to Raise a Millionaire goes beyond the why and shows you how. It is practical, easy and fun. You'll be amazed at how something as simple as helping your child start their own business can permanently open up possibilities they never knew existed.
How to Raise a Millionaire teaches you how to become your kid's Trusted Advisor. It can transform your relationship. It will be the best 1 hour a week you will ever spend
"I grew up on, 'You have to work hard for money'. Ann's book teaches anyone, entreprenur or not, how to help their kid start a business. This is something every kid should know. It should be taught in our schools, but it isn't. This kind of real world advise will help you set your kid up to succeed in life no matter what the economy looks like. Ann's simple approach is brilliant. Finally, we can start changing our kid's conversation with money and success,"
-- Loral Langemeier, Author of The Millionaire Maker, Wealth Specialist and Dynamic Speaker
Things Kids Will Learn:
- Confidence without cockiness
- The word No is a part of business. "No" from a customer means "Not today"
- How to save a portion of what they make so they can expand their business
- How to talk to adults with respect and their head held high
And Much More