Entrepreneurship takes us to school

Starting a Business Early Teaches Financial Literacy Managing the finances in your personal life is a lot like running a Continue Reading

posted by Sharon Lechter at June 20th
Home Mortgages Still Testing Financial Literacy

As we continue to recover economically, it is important to look at one of the major factors that contributed to Continue Reading

posted by Sharon Lechter at March 15th
There’s nothing scarier than taxes. Here are a few things to know.

Don’t Let Key Tax Advantages Expire This Year Unused Keeping up with the shifting sands in certain key areas, like Continue Reading

posted by Sharon Lechter at November 2nd
Top Ten Measures of Your Own Financial Literacy

Top Ten Measures of Your Own Financial Literacy The economic uncertainty over the last few years has many people searching Continue Reading

posted by Sharon Lechter at October 16th
Financial Literacy: 8 Lessons from the Recession

You have probably seen headlines and heard reports that while there are still a variety of challenges ahead, the Great Continue Reading

posted by Sharon Lechter at August 23rd
The “Boomerang” Effect: Kids, expenses and retirement

They’re baaaaack … Your child graduated from college, only to enter a lackluster job market with little promise for financial Continue Reading

posted by Sharon Lechter at June 15th
Now is a good time to pay attention to finances

April is National Financial Literacy Month:  Get your head in the game (Thrive Time, that is!) April.  For you, does Continue Reading

posted by Sharon Lechter at April 27th
I’ll be Ghana-while: Talking Financial Literacy

  I’m jet setting again.  This time to Ghana, recognized in 2011 by the World Bank as enjoying the fastest Continue Reading

posted by Sharon Lechter at March 26th
Reduce your Pain at the Pump: 5 Tips on Saving Gas Costs

Have you filled up your car this week? Ouch. Gas prices have climbed, taking a more noticeable chunk out of Continue Reading

posted by Sharon Lechter at March 15th
Study Proves ActionCOACH System Helps Local Economies Prosper

Study Proves ActionCOACH System Helps Local Economies Prosper   Businesses working with ActionCOACH boost revenues, profits and hiring.   While Continue Reading

posted by Sharon Lechter at March 7th

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Bio: Sharon Lechter is an entrepreneur, author, philanthropist, educator, international speaker, licensed CPA and mother. She has been a pioneer in developing new technologies, programs and products to bring education into children's lives in ways that are innovative, challenging and fun, and remains committed to education particularly financial literacy. Co-author of the bestselling book, Think and Grow Rich-Three Feet From Gold with the Napoleon Hill Foundation, Rich Dad Poor Dad and 14 other books in the Rich Dad series, Lechter's most recent book project is Outwitting the Devil by Napoleon Hill- a manuscript hidden for over 70 years- annotated and updated by Lechter for the modern reader. She is the founder of Pay Your Family First, a company dedicated to empowering children and families to build prosperous futures through financial literacy education. With innovative, thoughtful and easy-to-understand programs and products, such as the ThriveTime for Teens board game and YOUTHpreneur entrepreneurial programs, Pay Your Family First teaches the practical skills that will give a new generation the self-assurance to become masters, instead of slaves, to their money. Sharon served as a member of the first Presidents Advisory Council on Financial Literacy, a national spokesperson for the National CPAs Commission on Financial Literacy, and an instructor for Thunderbird School of Global Managements Project Artemis. She is also a member of the National boards of Childhelp, Women Presidents Organization, and EmpowHer. For more information visit http://www.payyourfamilyfirst.com


Website: http://www.sharonlechter.com