Economics: The First Subject I Will Teach My Son. Here’s Why.

In this Earth, the crown of all success is financial success. Make no mistakes about that.

Why?

Along with the money that comes along, financial success is a sign of success in other areas of life.

If you live well, you will be rich. Poverty is largely a result of not applying the principles of success.

The father who can bring that awareness to his son is a wise man.

I wished someone taught me this while I was younger!

“Teach him if you can that 10 cents earned is of far more value than a dollar found.”

__Abraham Lincoln.


Economics:

How to create value and exchange it for money.

This is first of the six subjects I will teach him.

Creating value is the string draws on the principles and practices of success_ discipline, focus, investment, time management.

If he doesn’t do well with the principles and practices of success, there’s no way he’s going to be successful financially.

The art brings all other principles and practices of success to bear.

And that’s what life is about: serving the world with the value of your talents and being compensated in return.

Being rich is a sign of success. Financial success is a tip of the iceberg_ beneath is success in other areas.

You can’t be financially successful and be a daft in other areas.

Why?

Financial success results from a good harmony of successes in other vital areas of life.

And with money most things comes easy.

Nothing teaches a young man to be responsible like earning his own money.

The moment you begin to exchange money for the value you provide, that’s when you truly see life as it is.

The best discipline for success in life and business is financial discipline. No other teaches success like it.


The earlier he understands life as it is, the better chance he has to float when life begin to sink those who didn’t prepare for the rainy days.

Teach him to sell his talents and brains to the highest bidder, said Lincoln, ” but never to put a price tag on his heart and soul.

This is the promise I make to my son. To teach him what will usher in the magnet of other success.

# What I Wished Someone Taught Me While I Was Younger!!!🤔

6 Comments

    1. Of a truth, there are things we all wished we were taught. Lincoln’s letter really sparkles something in me each time I read and now yours;” …the first subject…”, thanks for sharing.

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