JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast Lesson #73-Fathers, lead the way

  • Inspired by last weekend being Father’s day weekend
  • Challenge/Encouragement to all the Dads listening
  • Take the lead in your families finances
  • Best way your children will learn is from you
  • Still applies to you even if you aren’t a dad

With last week being Father’s Day, today’s lessons is achallenge/encouragement/motivation on Father’s taking the lead on our families finances. Yes, schools need to teach our children about how money works in our schools. But the best teach on finances isn’t in your child’s school. It is the people who live in their homes.

Today’s lesson is full of ways to take the lead in your families finances either with your spouse or teaching your child about money. Don’t worry if you don’t have to be perfect to take the lead. We’ve all made mistakes with finances.

Even if you aren’t a father the principal of taking the lead in your families finances still applies.

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