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The Opposite of SpoiledBy Ron Lieber

In a Nutshell

The Opposite Of Spoiled holds the secrets to raising financially conscious children by revealing how to lead an open dialogue about money, assign responsibility, and teach the virtue of patience.

Favorite quote

One way to make sure children know that questions are welcome is to praise their asking them so routinely that posing good ones becomes a habit.

Ron Lieber

Introduction

Money is hard to earn, hard to keep - and quite hard to learn about. That's why learning about finances from a young age is important. Financial education truly does take a lifetime to be efficient and bear its fruits.

The Opposite of Spoiled helps us pass on the knowledge to our own children, or even our friends and peers. Millenials are often criticized for their supposed lack of financial literacy. Can you think of anyone that thinks it's perfectly fine to blow through however much money they have for the month, and, at the end of it, have none left?

In their defense, a lot of that battle was lost in their childhood, when their parents never talked about money and showered them with gifts. So let's make sure we do a better job with our own children and improve our own financial literacy.

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