Ebook for Moms – Raising Financially Independent Adults


RAISING FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT ADULTS shows moms how The Millionaire Mindset Money System, a simple holistic financial education framework, can help them lay a solid foundation of 10 Money Habits for their children.

In his book ‘Rich Habits – The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals’, Tom Corley found it was the mindset and habits that kept wealthy individuals on track to financial independence.

The Millionaire Mindset Money System framework consists of five parts (The 6Gs, The 10 Money Moves, The 6 Jars/6 Bank Accounts, The 7 Superpowers and The 7 Obstacles to Wealth) and helps children learn The 10 MILLIONAIRE MINDSET MONEY HABITS.

It transitions easily from jars, labels and compound interest fairies, to bank accounts, investing portfolios and compound interest in action ‘for real’.

The focus of this book is The 6Gs, The 6 Jars, The 6 Bank Accounts and The 10 Money Moves, and helps moms teach their children to:

  • THINK and ACT with an abundant wealth building mindset
  • Set and track financial goals
  • Start budgeting
  • Start the saving habit
  • Develop the investing mindset and habit
  • Use strategies to delay gratification and spend mindfully
  • Include giving as part of their budget
  • Be in the flow of abundance

When you purchase RAISING FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT ADULTS you get to choose to donate the same product to a friend, school, charity, or community organisation.  All you need to do is a) supply a name and email address and I will email the product directly to them b) supply your full name (or you can choose to remain anonymous) and your connection to them.

This product is digital download. It will not be shipped. It is for non-commercial use only and may not be distributed for free or used or sold for financial compensation. Due to the nature of the product, there are no refunds.

DISCLAIMER: This is not financial or investment advice. I am a financial educator and this product is education and information only.  Please do your own research to determine if something is right for your situation/goals/risk tolerance. Financial and investment advice should be sought from a registered financial advisor.