ENCORE: Children and Financial Literacy | FULL SHOW | #101
How prepared are your children when it comes to money management? With a staggering lack of financial education occurring in schools, it may be up to you to instill best financial practices. Learn how.
Segment 1: Kids and Cash
Have you prepared your children to be fiscally independent? Half of today’s teens are considered financially illiterate. Alan shares how his youngest son caught the entrepreneurial bug by purchasing/operating gum ball machines.
Segment 2: Financial Education
A recent study by PricewaterhouseCoopers (@PwC_LLP) showed that most young people lack basic financial skills needed to succeed in life. Who is responsible for ensuring today’s youth receive an education in money management, educators or parents? We explore this question with PwC’s Jeff Senne.
Segment 3: Be a Mentor
How can a community open the door for tomorrow’s corporate leaders? Mentoring programs give young adults real-world examples to aspire to. We discuss this simple and effective solution with PricewaterhouseCoopers‘ (@PwC_LLP) Jeff Senne.
Read the PwC report, Bridging the Financial Literacy Gap: Empowering teachers to support the next generation, on PwC.com: Click Here.
Segment 4: Working for the Queen
At 23 years of age, Kelly Lovell will be serving as Her Majesty’s Young Leader in recognition for her work as a youth motivator and speaker. What drives this gen-Z leader with such an impressive (and still growing) resume? Kelly Lovell (@kellyalovell) sounds off.
Segment 5: Confidence Counts
What creates success? It’s not necessarily your money, experience, or skill according to professional youth speaker, Kelly Lovell (@kellyalovell). Surprised? Find out how a winning mindset will help you seize crucial opportunities.
Segment 6: Growing Passion
Parents, are you trying to motivate your kids to lead an entrepreneurial lifestyle? Kelly Lovell (@kellyalovell) advises on how to foster an independent spirit in children and young adults.
CreditsHost: Alan Taylor
Producer: Jason Masters
Productions Asst.: Joanne Bolden
Copy Editor: Becky Vaughn