What I Wish I Knew When I was 20

And If You Didn't Know Them at 20, the Sooner You Start, the Better

What i wish i knew when i was 20I read this book earlier in the year and found it a very helpful, full of practical advice and life gained insights. The sooner we can start learning the important lessons of life, and put them into practice, the better life will be.

Therefore, when two of my favorite authors (Dan and Chip Heath) HIGHLY recommended Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School by Andrew Hallam, I picked it up.

If there is ONE book I would recommend for young people who want to get off to a great start on financial freedom and future success, it is this one. Now, if you have the ability to go through Financial Peace University, that is an awesome program. But Millionaire Teacher is loaded with great insights and explains financial realities in accessible ways.

Now, this is not the comprehensive financial approach to living as FPU, but it is a great book on investing and managing your money.

Get it.
Read it.
Start putting it into practice.

In our culture which loves toys and stuff of all kinds, and which feels very comfortable going far into debt to GET THOSE TOYS and keep up with everyone else who is getting them, Millionaire Teacher is a wake-up call and a plan for a different approach to life.

If you want to watch a nine minute interview with Hallam, click here for Candid Interview.

Brian K. Rice
Leadership ConneXtions International

BrianRice@lcileaders.org