Hahahah .... I've had my shitty dad moments. This was taken of me and my son the other day ...bloobs wrote:I found a video of Jayjlozano042 wrote:Damn, I am in serious need of "up'ing my game" - no pun intended.
Right now our game night is passing the VR headset and playing either "pistol whip" or "superhot".
https://www.amazon.com/Rich-Kid-Smart-F ... .+Kiyosaki
Other than that piece of his approach, I agree with him on the value of creating additional income streams. He's like Dave Ramsey in that way, except he advises buying additional homes purely on a cash-only basis. In other words, don't make risky plays. Get your own financial house in order first, and don't sacrifice your name and honor just to make a buck.
Recommended Reading: http://tspcenter.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=13474
"It's not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters" Epictetus
WORK => SUSTAINMENT
CHURCH => SERENITY
VOLUNTEER => SELFLESSNESS
PATIENCE => VIRTUOUS
The 2nd part of this equation is about MONEY (Finances). From a young age, I’ve always encouraged them to invest a portion of their allowance & any earnings into Custodial Stock Brokerage Accounts that I had created for them. I would always “match” any contribution that they made as further incentive. It got them started @ a very young age in understanding the process of self-directed investment vehicles & it made for (added) bonding experiences. I also got them started @ very ages into State-Sponsored Prepaid College Funds. When they were 6 months (or less), the cost of securing College (4 yrs.) was about $75/ month for each child. My hope (here) is that they will afford their children this similar opportunity as well, if not (Gramps, meaning “me”) can kick it in.
With my not so lil’ guy (19 yrs.), I’m still matching his contributions. Like myself, he’s currently heavily-weighted in AAPL stock. They have a big announcement (event) scheduled for Tuesday (13-Oct-20), & their earnings report (30-Oct-20) should continue to rock as they’ve (AAPL) exceeded expectations throughout, even in the midst of this Pandemic that we’ve all experienced.
Best of Luck (everyone) in all you choose to endeavor!!!
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What else"Don't ever half-ass two things. Whole-ass one thing."
- Ron Swanson