Neither a borrower nor a lender be.
I truly wish that the SECRET MILLIONAIRES CLUB television series was on television when I was a kid. It would have been a perfect fit in my weekend cartoon line-up nestled comfortably between Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Darkwing Duck and the Muppet Babies. The lessons learned in this series would prove invaluable as I pursued financial assistance to help me pay for my college education. I am also sure it would benefit the many of adults who are also under the thumb of the financial institutions to pay back home, car and any other financial loans perhaps haplessly incurred as part of one of the milestones of adulthood.
No worries for the youth of today. Warren Buffet‘s fantastic television series is a “gift” to the growing youth of today. The animated series follows the adventures of Radley, Elena, Jones, Lisa and their robot Starty. As the kids involve themselves in small business projects–whether it is to raise money for a good cause, simply saving money for a “rainy day” and to raise money to buy the things they want, they enter into a savvy and efficient method to go about it. The kids in this series are smart and lucky for them, they are being mentored by none other than Buffet himself.
In volume 2 of Secret Millionaires Club, Radley discovers that his passion for space can help others, Elena, Jones and Lisa learn that in business it’s always good to know your competition and they learn about the value of loyal customers. Follow the group of business-savvy friends as they put on their astronaut suits and go on a space-filled financially responsible adventure!
Highly recommended series.
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