Book talks about personal financial matters. From starting or putting up your own business from little or no capital at all to handling difficulties of managing your own business.
Sharon W. Que author of I Wish They Taught Money in High School So I Can Start My Own Business Right Away talks about how to prepare and what to do in putting up business. I also learned that having your Business Name registered is such a tedious thing to do.
The risks you have to take in doing business. The ups and downs of starting little or no capital at all. One must go through all the struggles of having a high and low times, and that it doesn’t make any difference whether you’re rich or not.
Sharon also emphasized the idea of saving, better start teaching the young once the essence of savings and having some “piggy banks” will do nothing but good. So this really encouraged me to pursue on teaching my daughters the art of saving (even just a small amount each day).
Clarissa Sariñes-De La Paz author of I Wish They Taught Money in High School So I’m Not Dependent on My Paycheck talks about terms and methodology about MONEY. Putting your dreams into reality. That even it seems so impossible, if you’re determined you can make it to reality.
It inspire me to invest on assets, learning the way of having a passive income, earning while having your money used by other people. Dare to take the risk of having loans and investing it to something that earns you money.
Learned so much from this book that it made me realized I’ve still got a lot of things to do to have the “financial freedom” I’ve been dreaming of. It can be achieved!
I am giving this book a rating of 5/5.
I love the comic-type graphics of this book, illustrated by GooglyGoeys.com
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