Personal Responsibility Makes Us Free

A great deal of Doug Andrew’s focus in life is on strengthening his family. This includes not only his children and grandchildren but also his employees and his clients that he thinks of as family. In today’s episode, Doug talks about the necessity for attaining personal responsibility at as early an age as possible. He shares examples from when he was a young man as well as how he helps his own family and clients teach responsibility to their children. If you are looking for solid ideas on how to help your children through their struggles financially, you won’t want to miss this incredible lesson on teaching responsibility.

Here’s a sneak peek of what Doug shares in this broadcast:

  • Learn what parents do in an effort to help their children that can actually end up hindering them instead.
  • When your child comes to you looking for a loan, what’s a proper and productive response?
  • If your children are named in a trust, it can either be a tool for their future success or a tool for sowing the seeds of their own downfall. Learn why this is so.
  • What’s wrong with our children thinking in terms of “me” instead of “we”? Doug shares powerful advice on the difference between equal distribution and equal opportunity rules of governance.
  • Ever heard of a family bank? It’s an amazing way to ensure that your loved ones have skin in the game financially so they learn personal responsibility.
  • What does it mean to be empowered? Doug has a terrific object lesson to teach the value of a hand up versus a hand out.
  • And much, much more…

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