In the last episode I talked with Jake Cousineau, a California educator who teaches financial literacy to high school students. But looking into this further I discovered that attitudes about money (called Financial Personalities) form way before a child reaches high school. Thus, teaching children from an early age (as I discussed in Episode 130) becomes very important.
That’s why in this episode of the podcast I talk with Vince Shorb, a financial wellness advocate and educator, who has developed curricula to shape financial personalities early in a child’s life.
In this episode you will learn:
- What a Financial Personality Is
- When They Are Formed
- How Parents and Teachers Can Guide How They Are Formed
- Why People Make Financial Decisions That Don’t Align With Their Goals
- About the Behavioral Aspects of Money
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