By Dan Sheeks

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First to a Million

Change the way you look at money before you turn 20... and become a FI Freak! First to a Million explores the many advantages of FI while explaining the secrets of investing, living frugally, and maintaining an entrepreneurial mindset. Treating your finances differently than the average teenager will put you miles ahead of your peers, and with time (and compounding) on your side, you can win the game before it even starts!

First to a Million Workbook

In this companion workbook to First to a Million, teenagers will accelerate their path to financial independence and learn even more about personal finance and investing. This interactive planner contains critical action items, tasks, and exercises—all organized into simple semester-long sections and a timeline that can be adjusted to fit your age or level of experience.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
Billy D. (Russellville, AR)
Great Info!

Read through this book and loved it. It's great for teenagers to learn the basics of personal finance and investing!

Keri C. (Petaluma, CA)
Love this

My oldest son is only 10 right now, but I own 10 properties currently so this is a big deal in my world and I am eager to get him started. Most of the material is too advanced for him right now, but won't be within a year or two. I am reading it to him right now (he can read fine but I want us both engaged) and he is asking appropriate questions about the book right now and I'll start pushing him to take some actions within the next few years. Hopefully by the time he's out of high school he will be ready!

Keri C. (Petaluma, CA)
Good book

I’m trying to get my son into financial
Independence. He’s a little young at 10 but I’m reading it to him nonetheless. We’ll revisit it and other books as he gets older.

Charles M.

First to a Million

David E. (Green Valley, AZ)
This will be a gift for our grand kids.

Great book. Fast read, understandable, we are buying a copy of Robt Kyosoki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad to combine with this book, for each of our Grand Kids, with a note, read the “Dad” book first then First to a Million. Then go be first.

About the Author

Dan Sheeks is the owner and founder of SheeksFreaks LLC, an online community dedicated to helping young people live their best lives by making smart money decisions. He has been a high school business teacher in Denver, Colorado, for eighteen years, and he's passionate about teaching teenagers personal finance, passive income, real estate investing, and early financial freedom strategies. Dan and his wife own fifteen units and have enjoyed success with multifamily, short-term rentals, and the BRRRR strategy. In his free time, Dan likes to run, bike, cross-country ski, and attend bluegrass music festivals.