Today’s guest is Maya Corbic. Maya’s mission is to help parents raise financially independent adults.
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Maya is the founder and CEO of DINARII Financial Education Academy. Maya’s mission is to help parents raise financially independent adults, and for the last 10 years, has run a variety of programs to do just that. Programs that include Millionaire Mindset workshops along with Kids’ investment clubs. She is also a Chartered Professional Accountant in Canada and prior to founding the company, Maya had a career as a CFO, Auditor and Tax Consultant. Maya is also the mother of two kids.
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- Dinarii Financial Education Academy | Website
- How Maya’s childhood experiences in Bosnia, immigration into Canada and living in government shelters shaped her early beliefs about money and her money mindset
- How her kids inspired her to quit her full-time job and focus on teaching kids about money
- The two main challenges and opportunities in engaging Generation Z (aged 10-25 years old) in learning about finance and money
- Why engaging your kids with games and competitions can be effective in teaching financial education
- Ways you can show your kids that home cooking is healthier and cheaper than eating out
- Why transferring money management and purchasing decisions to your kids can be the most effective way to teach them
- Key financial concepts that kids should understand including needs vs wants, delayed gratification and the getting into the habit of saving
- The importance of having multiple streams of income and showing kids that they have the power to create money
- The negative impact of inflation on our savings, and the importance of investing
- How to create multiple sources of income including house hacking and entrepreneurship
- How entrepreneurship can kids develop other skills including negotiation
- The pros and cons of investing in individual stocks vs ETFs/index funds
- The benefit of gifting shares of stock to your kids
- Our own money mindset and limiting beliefs and how they impact our kids
- The importance of focusing on the value we create to earn money, rather than focusing on how hard we work at earning it
- Cashflow for kids boardgame
- Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki [Amazon Affiliate link]
- Atomic Habits by James Clear [Amazon Affiliate link]
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Thanks to Maya for joining me this week!
In case you missed it, make sure to catch up on last week’s episode “Episode 024: Invest in Multi-Family to reach FI and Teach Kids using Real Estate with Kelly Iannone”!