Because of the time-value of money, ages 12 to 19 can be some of the most powerful years to build the foundation for a net worth of one million dollars.
Orem, UT (PRWEB) May 09, 2012
The book, "The Teen's Guide to Becoming a Millionaire" by Kent T. Stuver is now available in its Kindle Edition from Amazon.com. It is available free for one day, Wednesday, May 9, 2012. More information is available at Stuver’s author web site at the following URL: http://www.teensguidetomillionaire.com/?p=110.
"The Teen’s Guide to Becoming a Millionaire" takes a unique and innovative approach to teaching teens sound money management principles by providing a set of steps they can follow to become millionaires. “The reality,” says Stuver, “is that because of the time-value of money, ages 12 to 19 can be some of the most powerful years to build the foundation for a net worth of one million dollars. These years are also the best years for teens to learn sound money management principles.”
Since financial prosperity involves more than the accumulation of cash, "The Teen’s Guide to Becoming a Millionaire" also helps teens to define their millionaire outcomes. Stuver notes, “When you ask people why they want to become millionaires, the answer is seldom because they want a pile of money. They have some picture in their mind that they believe having a million dollars will allow them to achieve.” According to Stuver, a millionaire outcome may include the attainment of goals, achievements, lifestyle, or humanitarian endeavors. Identifying the components of the millionaire outcome now can help teens achieve some of those components even before they have accumulated their million-dollar net worth.
A key reason for defining a millionaire outcome is to help teens utilize the power of the non-conscious part of their brains. Stuver explains that the non-conscious brain has powerful goal achieving capabilities. These are often neglected in the quest for financial prosperity. By combining conscious goal-setting capabilities and non-conscious goal-achieving capabilities, Stuver contends that teens will have vastly increased success in attaining their own millionaire outcomes.
The second part of the book is an in-depth primer on sound money management principles. These principles include a specific set of steps and tools designed specifically with teens in mind. By following these principles, teens develop sound money management habits while working toward their millionaire outcomes.
About the Author
Kent T. Stuver is a writer and development director. A graduate of Brigham Young University’s school of accountancy, Stuver began his career as a tax accountant and published a pamphlet entitled "Control Your Cash Flow." Intrigued by the varying results achieved by clients who applied similar financial principles, he delved into the neuroscience and psychology behind human behavior. "The Teen’s Guide to Becoming a Millionaire" is one of the results of that research. Stuver is also the author of the book, "The Secret to Money Mastery", which is intended for adult readers. Stuver resides in Orem, Utah, with his wife and three children.
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