Youth Success Show


How exciting! Financial Education Speaker & Author Shay Olivarria will be a guest on the Youth Success Show June 7th at 2pm EST. Show hosts Sarah Newton, Linette Daniels and I will chat about how parents can share financial literacy concepts with tweens and teens without lecturing to them. Call in with your questions (347) 324-5003!

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About the Youth Success Show

Join Sarah Newton and Linette Daniels as they answer the fundamental question, what makes youth successful? What empowers them? What makes them want to change? Why do they behave the way they do and most importantly, how can we positively impact and influence them? Together, Sarah and Linette have over 40 years experience in the youth field. Sarah, an ex-police officer in London, started her consulting business 10 years ago and is well known worldwide for her TV and radio work. Linette came from a social work background, has built a successful business helping youth and parent professionals and is the founder of the International Association for Parenting Coaches and Consultants. Join them on The Youth Success Show as these two seasoned experts  share their ideas, thoughts, perspectives and tools to help youth thrive. GET A FREE GIFT FROM US WITH LOVE


About Shay

Shay Olivarria is the most dynamic financial education speaker working today. She speaks at high schools, colleges, and companies across the country. She has written three books on personal finance, including Amazon Best Seller “Money Matters: The Get It Done in 1 Minute Workbook”. Shay has been quoted on,, and The Credit Union Times, among others. To schedule Shay to speak at your event visit

Voluptua Project – 5 Reasons You Should Open an Account at a Credit Union

This month, my article on The Voluptua Project is about credit unions.

# 1 Traditional banks don’t care about you.
Traditional banks exist to make money for shareholders. This means that regardless of how much money they spend to make you think otherwise, their main concern is for a healthy bottom line not for your welfare. Sometimes their desire to earn profits dovetails with your desire to be financially solvent, but don’t be fooled .. read the rest of the article here.