Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens Part Two

What's this episode all about?

How important is it to teach children about the value of money? At what age should children learn financial literacy? Today’s episode brings back Russ Morgan and Joey Mure’s daughters for Part Two of lessons learned from Robert Kiyosaki’s book Rich Dad Poor Dad. If you missed Part One, check out Episode 166. Whether you’re a parent to young children or someone who wants to reevaluate your relationship with money, you will get a ton of value as you listen to this conversation. Hear the refreshing perspective of four teens around how they view money, finding opportunities, why you should work to learn and not to earn, and most importantly, how to win in the game of achieving financial freedom.

Top 3 Things
You’ll Learn

  1. The differences between the Rich Mindset vs. the Poor Mindset
  2. Why you need to understand how money works
  3. How playing games can help you gain financial knowledge


Alexandria, Cate, Annie and Lily Kate

Alexandria (Xan) Morgan, 15, and Cate Morgan, 13, are the daughters of Russ Morgan, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professional and an Authorized Infinite Banking Practitioner in Vestavia Hills, Alabama. Annie Mure, 14, and Lily Kate Mure, 12, are the daughters of Joey Mure, Chief Financial Coach and an Authorized Infinite Banking Practitioner in Birmingham, Alabama. These teens are fortunate to have parents who teach them financial literacy at a young age, paving the way for them to have success in life.

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