In an era that’s minting teenage entrepreneurs with hefty bank accounts, instilling an early understanding of money’s true purpose is more important than ever. This episode features the insights of Soha Gawaly, the managing director and co-founder of Strategic Investments Group and a trailblazer in the hedge fund industry.
Soha offers actionable tips and creative techniques for teaching children about financial literacy, from engaging in money games to encouraging artistic expressions like piggy bank painting. She also emphasises that money is a tool and should be treated as such—a means to achieve our ends, not the end itself.
We’re reminded of the wisdom in ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ author Robert Kiyosaki’s words: “It’s not how much money you make, but how much money you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for.” This episode builds on that philosophy, aiming to equip our children with the mindset and habits for long-term financial wellness.
As part of our season on Financial Well-being, “Preparing Kids for Financial Success” is an essential listen for parents, educators, and even children of all ages. This isn’t just a podcast episode—it’s a vital resource that schools should showcase and families should experience together. Don’t miss out on the chance to lay the foundation for your child’s prosperous future.