The Urban Wall Street Project Interview - Part VIII
Young Millionaires: Developing Financial and Entrepreneurial Skills in Children
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International best-selling author and wealth coach William R. Patterson discusses THE BARON SOLUTION Youth Program which can help put any child on the path to becoming a millionaire in part eight of an in-depth interview for The Urban Wall Street Project with Earl Christian III.
Despite crippling obstacles and massive debt, thousands of young adults are now beginning a new path to financial independence with the help
of wealth coach William R. Patterson. Building on the strength of his sold-out workshop series and national best-selling book, The Baron Son, William R. Patterson is reaching out to empower the
next generation of entrepreneurs and investors.
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