Family Connection Club

Get this great mp3 by signing up for the Family Connection Club now!

Financial Education Speaker & Author Shay Olivarria will be featured in the May issue of The Family Connection Club! In case you don’t know about the work that Linette Daniles, PhD and her daughter Danette Nixon do to help families I’ve posted a bit about them below. Suffice it to say that they are working hard to make sure that parents and children get along, have tools and resources available to them to build skills, and to have fun.

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When you sign up for the Family Connection Club you’ll get all the great things the Family Club Connection offers PLUS an mp3 from me talking about how to use teachable moments to convey financial literacy concepts like:

  • Needs vs. wants
  • Cost vs. value
  • Net worth (why it’s important/ how to calculate)
  • Compound interest (how it works/ how to earn it)
  • Pay yourself first
  • Work = money (work smarter not harder)
  • Critical thinking (what marketing is, how it works, why it works)

If you haven’t signed up yet, I would suggest you do … after all …. McDonalds doesn’t need the money!

About Family Connection  Club

The success of our children blooms from a seed that is planted and nurtured by caring adults . . . and the strongest flowers are the result of deeply rooted communication within the home. The Family Connection Club is designed to make strengthening the parent-child relationship easier. Click here to learn more about the Family Connection Club.

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