It's O.K. to Be Rich
...insights for your child's wealth mindset.
The mindset of the rich is different than the average person. The difference is in their mentality, their belief system towards money and wealth. At an early age, their children observe, are taught and learn, it’s o.k. to be rich.
From the toddler learning ABC's to the teen applying for financial aid for college, a basic understanding of financial concepts are an essential. Explore these fun and interesting ways to talk about money to promote a healthy financial hygiene in your children today:
- Wealth mindsets your children don’t learn in school
- Possibilities, principles and promises of wealth
- All eyes on elementary earning
- Tips on how to develop wealth thinking at every age
- Money mindsets for middle school
- Establishing an understanding of money and wealth habits
- How the rich think differently and choose their friends
Developing a wealth mentality founded in good disciplined money habits is one of the most precious gifts we can give our kids!
You will not be disappointed in this directed living series – It’s o.k. to be Rich - …insights for your child’s wealth mindset!
As the youngest of 9, growing up in McComb, Mississippi with an outhouse and a well, Debra has come a long way. She shares lessons learned and expertise gained through the lenses of her siblings as well as her 35 year career in executive development. As CEO of Carter-Kelly Consulting LLC and its’ divisions, she oversees lifepoint a behavior learning resource and Carter’s Epiphany. The non-profit 501c3 organization provides underserved communities life skills scholarships encompassing fun, effective and success-oriented learning experiences. We explore individual behavior, family dynamics, business challenges and spiritual renewal designed to teach mastery of life challenges with insights for directed living!
As an enthusiast, she is dedicated to teaching individuals ways to master the elements of life so they can consciously direct their behavior toward their goals. Debra has a Master’s Degree from the University of San Francisco in International Multicultural Education. She is an INCAF Director and author of 3C’s for Raising Entitled Children. This book provides fresh parenting strategies designed for raising resilient children in this modern world. It’s a unique blend of certified parenting instruction and wisdom from four generations of great leaders highlighting core values and the Kelly Family Bill of Rights. Her upcoming book, It’s O.K. to Be Rich, provides practical insights into the wealth mindset.
StartModule 1: Teaching Preschoolers (9:53)
StartModule 2: Teaching Kindergarteners (8:03)
StartModule 3: Teaching Elementary (6:57)
StartModule 4: Teaching Middle School (7:15)
StartModule 5: Teaching Highschoolers (8:56)
StartModule 6: 21 Ways Rich People Think Differently Than Average People (10:32)
StartModule 7: Choosing Friends (5:42)