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YIS Module 1 - Lesson 1
Transcript of YIS Module 1 - Lesson 1
In this first introductory lesson you will learn how to choose a career, the importance of earning money and what financial and human capital is.
At the conclusion of this lesson, you should:
Gain an understanding of financial and human capital.
FIVE STEPS TO FINANCIAL FREEDOM
Curriculum, videos and lesson plans.
YIS Glossary of Terms
For stock charts and basic company information.
The Early Investor (YIS Edition): How Teens & Young Adults Can Become Wealthy
Online portal of stock research reports.
Great daily content and stock picks.
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The Five Steps To Financial Freedom
Imagine what life is like when money is
not a worry
some of the benefits of monetary wealth
A FINANCIAL PLAN
HARNESS THE POWER OF
THE COMMON MISTAKES
CHOOSING A CAREER
is one of the most important decisions you will ever make
Earning money requires that you
find a career
in which you are able to:
To master a task or become an expert at a task, it takes
EARN A GOOD
If you started today and took two hours per day to learn a task, how long would it take for you reach
hours and become an “expert”?
What does this mean to you as you are selecting a career?
Money actually earned and saved
consists of people's health, knowledge, skills and motivation.
How do you get
On the job training
Making connections and relationships
is to convert
over your lifetime
Choosing a career
Complete the Assignment from Handout 1
professionals in their chosen fields of study
Possible questions you could use
a. Could you describe one of your typical workdays?
b. What skills are required in your position on a day-to-day basis?
c. What parts of your job do you find most challenging?
d. What do you find most enjoyable?
e. How many hours do you work in a typical week?
f. What would be a reasonable salary range to expect if I entered this field? What is the long-term potential?
g. What is the advancement potential in the field? What is a typical path?
h. How did you get your job?
i. How do most people enter this profession?
j. Can you recommend any courses or books to read?
For basic stock concepts.