About the Work: Money Athletics offers a flexible and modern-day game plan, helping parents guide their tweens to become financially savvy. With Money Athletics, tweens will learn important money-related life skills, turning those behaviors into daily habits.
Using the proven system presented in Money Athletics, as a parent you will:
- Guide your tweens to understand the basics of money management
- Learn to be a coach to your tweens regarding money matters
- Gain confidence that your tweens will act with better financial awareness
- Have fun with your tweens as they discover a whole new world of financial freedom
Money Athletics is a parenting tool that goes beyond only teaching financial topics. It provides opportunities for continuous practice. With your guidance, your child will become a financially fit tween.
About the Author: Craig Kaley loves being a parent to his two sons and daughter, and like many parents he has a strong desire to leave a lasting legacy for them. One area he believes that legacy should be strong is around financial fitness. Because it was difficult to find a framework to help kids learns life skills around managing money, he decided to create it with the Money Athletics Program.
Craig earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering, and an MBA degree, which provided him a solid base of problem solving and financial skills. The biggest contributor to this program though is Craig’s role as a parent.
Today, Craig is a practicing information technology professional and is also a speaker, trainer and coach for the Money Athletics Program. His desire of leaving a legacy has expanded to help as many parents as he can to raise their kids into financially fit young adults.
Craig will be joining me on Writers Talk at 3:00 MST on February 24, 2018 to talk about Money Athletics and his road to writing it.