IS YOUR CHILD A GENIUS?
Financial Intelligence is not about how much money you
make, it’s about how much money you keep and how hard
that money works for you.
Different types of genius:
HOW MANY WINNING FORMULAS WILL YOUR CHILD
a winning learning formula
a winning professional formula
a winning financial formula
Encourage kids to find their own ways of
WILL YOUR CHILD BE OBSOLETE BY 30?
The older you are, the less valuable
You need to teach your kid to reinvent
himself or change his winning formula
if the current one is not working.
The best grades don’t count, those with
the ability to adapt, learn new technology,
and offer fresh ideas will survive and thrive
in the Information Age.
WILL YOUR CHILD BE ABLE TO RETIRE BEFORE 30?
Your kid should learn that getting a
job will not make him rich.
They could be programmed to never
have work at a job, but build
Encourage your child to find a way to
retire by thirty.
KIDS LEARN BY PLAYING
Play games like
cash flow for kids
WAYS TO INCREASE YOUR CHILD’S FINANCIAL IQ
Learning with real money.
Use simple words to explain money matters
to your child.
Arm your child with a good financial
Numbers will add more power to the
Any words, tone of voice, or body language
that influence a person sharing a problem
to end the communication.
Listen for feelings
Connect feelings to content
Look for alternatives/evaluate
Identify the problem with an “I”
Share thoughts and feelings.
Brainstorm possible solutions and
Choose a solution with logical
consequences if necessary.
Follow-up to make sure agreements
were kept and logical consequences
applied if needed.
Contact / Belonging
Power struggles: Don’t fight and don’t give in
Building on Strengths
Overprotecting & Pampering
Focusing on Mistakes
Valuing Child As Is
Expecting Too Little
Expecting Too Much
• Teach them to express
their feelings respectfully.
• Use respectful forms
• Screen out negative influences
when we can
• Be positive and encouraging
• Help them build positive
values and character.
• Encourage positive beliefs
and dispute mistaken ones.
• Accept their feelings—
even negative ones.
• Encourage them to identify
and listen to their feelings.
Leader’s Guide: Page 148
The most important job in the
world is for parents and
“keep the light on”,
to guide a lost child out of the
darkness and let him find his
own unique path to success.
Ashok P Das
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