Free Resources for Learning Wealth Creation and Entrepreneurship

Free Resources for Learning Wealth Creation and Entrepreneurship

 

I wish these resources existed when I was young. I was fortunate. I had great teachers and coaches, but I was not aware of such programs or content in my schools.  Finances, in the grown-up world, are what matter; not good grades in school.

Luckily; we all have access to this type of information today, thanks to the internet.

 



Resource 1: Warren Buffett’s Secret Millionaires Club

This site contains content and information in cartoon format. The site provides viewers insights on fundamentals for wealth creation. The site links are:

·      https://smckids.com/

https://www.youtube.com/c/SecretMillionairesChannel/videos?view=0&sort=da&flow=grid

 

Resource 2: Young Entrepreneur Institute

Young Entrepreneur Institute exposes children to entrepreneurship. Children learn how the real world operates outside the school classroom. Entrepreneurship teaches one to look at the world from a variety of evolving perspectives regarding real issues requiring disciplined thinking and action with respect to finances, wealth generation and surviving on ones own terms.

·      https://www.youngentrepreneurinstitute.org/k-12-programs/celebrate-youth-entrepreneurship/

 

Resource 3: Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement teaches children how to survive and thrive in the ever-changing global economy.

·      https://jausa.ja.org

 

Some other excellent resources that can be found at Amazon.com or your local library are:

·      Rich Dad Poor Dad

·      Why "A" Students Work for"C" Students and Why "B" Students Work for the Government:Rich Dad's Guide to Financial Education for Parents

·      The Richest Man in Babylon: Original 1926Edition

·      Outwitting the Devil: The Secrets to Freedom and Success

·      Think and Grow Rich

 

 

 

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