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2020-01-03 19:17

Notes on reading “I Got Bank!” Book

In “I Got Bank!”¹ (book), the main character 10-year old, Jazz, has an interest sparked in money -- that he learned mostly from his granddad. In the first few chapters, one focus is Jazz has normal 10-year-old and life problems. At the same time another focus is Jazz's big financial concern is defending his bank account (a couple thousand dollars) from numerous people who want his money! Including his family members! The reader learns that the young character Jazz has this serious real problem, and that Jazz knows it. Readers will draw parallels between the essence of Jazz's concern, and their own concerns. The author Williams in this book describes a life/money paradigm here. A paradigm is, among close family, how do draw the line of whose money is whose? And among close family, what (and whose) money should be used for what? We readers may learn from the book and apply it to our own lives. In conclusion, these were notes on reading "I Got Bank" book. For more on this topic, see: "Rich People Problems Start When the Rich Person Mindset Starts" here: https://investorworker.com/2019/2019-01-21-rich-mindset-rich-problems.html See also: "Review of After Chapter 11 of “I Got Bank!” Book" https://wieldsilver.com/2020/blog/2020-13-32-026.html "Review of Up to Page 80 in I Got Bank Book" https://wieldsilver.com/2020/blog/2020-13-32-028.html "List of Money Publications" https://wieldsilver.com/2021/blog/2021-13-32-011.html ¹ I got bank! : what my granddad taught me about money | Williams, Teri. | Beckham Publications Group, c2010. | http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/670480641 This blog post first published at https://wieldsilver.com/2021/blog/ Copyright © wieldsilver.com and individual authors (unless otherwise noted) wieldsilver.com statement - I blog about products for which I own company shares.