He loves the attention and he seems to love getting into a fight. But there are other slices, too, slices nobody wants to talk about in our rom-com-saturated world. It actually kept me hostage for an afternoon, curtailing my plans to take a nap. Many people think they can build a family out of dreams and good intentions, but end up living below the poverty line. The book illustrates techniques on how to make sound financial choices whether you are starting a relationship or building a trust for your kids.
View 1 comment. Jan 30, Teena in Toronto rated it liked it Shelves: canadian. I work in the financial services industry in retirement planning and like reading books about managing money. I'd read O'Leary's other books recently and enjoyed them.
Wonderful's" voice in his writing Despite the wealth he has, he is constantly teaching his children the value of money. For example, when he travels and he takes his kids with him, he has no qualms about buying himself and his wife a first class plane ticket and economy tickets for the kids. There was a bit of a disconnect, though, when he talked about ways of saving money and one is to borrow movies from the library rather than going to the theatre. While I can't imagine him doing that today, perhaps he did things like this when his family was young and he was growing his business.
Jun 10, Kim rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction. Contains some very solid advice about what to look for in a potential spouse. O'Leary comments on the advantages of arranged marriage. Think my kids would go for that? Probably not, but I hope they will at least consider the money habits of the people they date. While it is a good starting point, successful marriages require so much more than love. Remind me to have my kids read this book when they start dating.
Duvido que o Mr. Mar 22, Jessica rated it really liked it.
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Great book. I think it's best read by a young adult who is just getting started with their life. It's kind of too late for people who already have a family or are middle aged but is a good read regardless.
Great advice. Apr 10, Adrienne Young rated it it was ok. This book was alright. There wasn't much new information for me thankfully, I've learned some of these lessons earlier in life. Would be great for people to read in their 20's.
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Feb 25, Barb Wiseberg added it Shelves: business. Brilliant From Ontario government grants for students setting up a summer business, to blunt dating tips to long term care insurance, Kevin's insights are invaluable. Jun 11, Lesley-Ann rated it liked it. Actually a 3. May 02, Tom Qiao rated it it was amazing. O'Leary speaks candidly about the important things in life: love, family, kids, and how money is a means to an end. I especially like the practical advice and tips that he provides. Oct 29, Amazingsomeone rated it it was amazing.
Kevin is my favorite shark. I really enjoyed this book, it's an eye opener. I wish to read his other books, but I am unable to find them for download or purchase at all. Aug 22, Peter rated it liked it. Was OK. Didn't get alot out of it. Most points were common sense.
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taculchame.tk Condition: Brand New. In Stock. Seller Inventory zk Book Description Anchor Canada, Never used!. Seller Inventory P Today he presides over a multitude of companies bearing his last name: wine business O'Leary Fine Wines, financial company O'Shares Investments and private equity firm O'Leary Ventures. O'Leary says it was the largest exit in the history of the show.
Not only did O'Leary's mother help inspire his success , but also his style as a parent. Her idea is now something he's doing for his own two kids. When his son Trevor was a teenager, O'Leary made him fly in coach on a trip to Europe while he flew first class , Business Insider points out. And I constantly reinforce it by doing Mean Dad things like making him sit in those crappy economy seats. Don't miss: The No.
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