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Introducing…. Our mission:. To EMPOWER individuals to create FINANCIAL FREEDOM in their lives. Why teach kids. about money?. Less than 10% of high school students are taught about money before they graduate More students are filing for bankruptcy than graduating from college

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Our mission:

To EMPOWER individuals to create


in their lives.


Why teach kids

about money?

  • Less than 10% of high school students are taught about money before they graduate
  • More students are filing for bankruptcy than graduating from college
  • Consumer debt is more than $1.5 trillion
  • Number one reason for divorce is over money issues
  • Because NOT teaching to our children should be criminal!

A disturbing post on a website

in August 2007 from a

college student in debt:

I'm a college student who's being 'pursued' by credit card debt. I have no income, no assets and am living in my mothers basement--though I will be moving to the house of a friend in a month. As of now I only have my college loan money to pay my bills, and not nearly enough to take care of the credit card bills . . . my mother is being harassed by phone calls whenever I'm not home.

I've been dealing with it well the past month since I attempted suicide in June (on my 21st birthday, of all days) after a breakdown over money, but I'm starting to get to that point again. I can't afford a lawyer, my parents are going through a divorce so they are unable to help, I have no other family members with income, and I'm taking care of my partner who's been unable to find work for 2 years. I had a job for a while, until I was being told to work a day though my classes or I would be fired-- like an idiot, I quit. I can't quit school without then adding my college loan payments into the equation.

How the hell do I get through this without another suicide attempt?

Why do we need to teach our kids about money?

Because no one else is!


We want your kids to come out of our programs feeling like this:

With the right education about money, anything is possible.


Yes, your kids will learn about . . . cards.businesses.compound interest.managing funds.return on and mortgages.real estate.passive income.taxes.inflation.paychecks. advisors.diversification.debit cards.small-cap stocks.large-cap stocks.leverage.budgets.assets.liabilities and so much more stuff we couldn’t list it on on this one page!

(They’ll have a lot of fun doing it, too,

but don’t tell them.)

But what we REALLY teach

your kids in our programs is. . .


Financial Freedom is a choice, not a dream. Anyone can be financially free.

You choose how your life is going to look and you’re responsible for making it happen. No one is going to do it for you.

You are the CEO of your own life, financial freedom is not only your choice, it is your responsibility.



is your



There are two kinds of habits -- habits that you do and habits that you don’t do.

You are either in the habit of brushing your teeth every morning or you are in the habit of NOT brushing your teeth every morning.

You are either in the habit of saving and investing or you are in the habit of NOT saving and investing.

You choose.

It's all




This is the one of the most powerful habits all wealthy people do on a regular basis.

Most people pay everyone else first--their landlords, their credit card companies, their car payments, then “if they have any money left over,” they’ll save it. (Usually they don’t have any money left over.)

Millionaires ALWAYS pay themselves FIRST.





Money and stuff are not the keys to happiness. Being happy is the key to happiness.

Money is simply a tool to reach your dreams. Every dream we have, every aspiration, every goal takes money to achieve.

Money is not the end result,it is the tool we use to reach our dreams and goals. AND do a lot of good in the world!

Money buys

you stuff, not



Our thoughts are powerful things and how we think and feel about money plays a major role in our ability to make it and keep it.

Even if our conscious mind says we want to be rich, if our subconscious is telling us money is evil, and we don’t want to be evil, unconsciously we often do everything in our power to keep money out of our hands.

Your thoughts, beliefs

and attitudes about

money determine

your wealth potential.


If you are greedy and poor, money will give you the opportunity to be more greedy.

If you are generous and poor, money will only give you the opportunity to be more generous.

Money does not define you as a person, it only accentuates who you already are as a person.

Money only

makes you more

of what you

already are.


Wealthy people have given away more money and aid to those in need than any government ever has.

Everyone likes to help people, whether you’re 8 or 80.

When you have more than enough money than you need to live your chosen lifestyle, you can choose to give it away to those in need.

The more money

you have, the

more GOOD

you can do.


At Creative Wealth,

it's about the



(In other word…the WHY as much as the HOW.)


So what's next for Creative Wealth?

Eight (8) local summer camps

Eight (8) Train-the Trainer-camps

Six (6) Creative Wealth for Women events

New all-boys camps in addition to our existing all-girls camps

International Camps

New teens program, Moving Out!

Wealth Rules! Financial Wisdom for Youth (and their parents)

Coming up . . . Books, games and more.


Our goal is to have

Creative Wealth programs

all over THE WORLD

by 2010.


We'd love to

have you along

for the ride.


For more information please visit:

Email us!

Call us!


Fax us things!


Say hello!

135 Chapala St.

Santa Barbara, CA 93101


Thank you

for your




you want to SEE.