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Young Bucks: How to Raise a Future Millionaire Hardcover – November 13, 2007
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A few things I think need mentioning. First, not all people are entrapreneur material. And people who are often are without any overt help from their parents. Some kids are leaders, others not. Second, don't underestimate the amount of effort it takes for a parent to set their child up in a business, unless your child is already a teenager. My son, age 8, is eager to sell candy bars, one of the businesses Dunn lists in this book. But the majority of the legwork has to be done by MOM. It's not hard to see why one might rather give them an allowance.
This book is not thorough. Three chapters were business ideas, which made me wonder why break them into chapters. Dunn does not go into depth on spending money effectively, which is a major part of how wealthy you actually become. Also, Dunn mentions a website for young entrapreneurs, but when I looked it up, there was nothing there except a place to enter my e-mail addy. Maybe I need to look at it again, but I was mystified when I tried to find it.
My only other small peeve is the wording of the sub-title. Why not, "How to raise enterprising, money-smart kids" or something similar. The money is not the thing. If I hadn't seen Troy Dunn on tv, I probably wouldn't have picked the book, seeing the sub-title.
Overall, not a bad book, but not my favorite on the subject. "The Millionaire Mind" and "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" are better.
The critical skills that you learn by being self employed are life changing-however, be careful about stressing the money part. Money can be a byproduct of the effort it takes to operate your own business-but the real satisfaction comes from being able to be your own boss. Not working for the MAN is worth a lot. Self determination is worth a lot. But the tightrope that you walk as an entrepreneur is not for everyone. The American government's tax policy doesn't make it any easier!
Teach your kids how to handle failure. Teach them how to take calculated risks with career and money. Success comes to those that work smart and hard, not just hard.
Daphne A. Nowell, author
Juana Meets Gabriel, the Small Business Angel (Business Angel Books) (Business Angel Books)
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He challenges parents to push their children into financial wisdom at early ages, he delivers information that even though failure your child has use their confidence,... Read morePublished 17 months ago by jsweety
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Every Parent MUST READ THIS!!! Seriously, if you have children between the age of 4 and 18, this will change their lives and YOUR finances!!Published on January 15, 2013 by Who Dean E.
This book was a good read. If parents would be willing to help - not do - the philosophy that is present in this book, your child will certainly learn a lot about money and what... Read morePublished on August 13, 2012 by pumpkins
I ordered this book after seeing him on tv talking about it. I have skimmed through it since I haven't had time to sit down and actually read it yet but have found some interesting... Read morePublished on August 10, 2012 by Kkouba87