Like learning to ride a bike, developing wealth is a skill that is learned, and kids can learn how.
It starts with how we think and this is why scholars of wealth study the wealthy… how they made their fortunes, and then apply those principles.
Kids can do that too. They learn a great deal from merely watching parents and other adults and if they are given the opportunity to rise to a new level, just stand back and watch them soar to new heights!
Wealthy people think quite differently from the rest of us. For one thing they think in terms of abundance rather than from scarcity. They begin with expanding their means rather than just living within them. For many of us, we don’t think beyond the current situation and never consider the possibilities that may await us. Instead, often times we allow circumstances to define us and fall into apathy.
Albert Einstein once said,” A problem cannot be solved at the level of consciousness in which it occurs.” Wealthy people understand the significance of this and study others that went ahead of them so that they can raise their level of consciousness and move forward.
Can kids learn to raise the level of their consciousness? You as a parent want the best for the people you care about and provide the environment for them to do just this. As they express interest in education, skill-building and personal growth, why not introduce kids to a new level?
The wealthy introduce their kids to the skills of developing wealth and for them it is just as important as a good formal education.
Action Step: Ask yourself this question:” What level of financial success do I want for my child?
2) Middle class
3) The best, not wanting for anything
If you want the best for your child, give them the best opportunities possible and remember, like learning to ride a bike, developing wealth is a skill that is learned.