My son-in-law, Preston — father to my two grandsons — is a financial advisor. Now, adults likely get the importance and necessity of a person who is whiz-bang awesome with money. Kids, though? You might think kids wouldn't see financial advising as all that cool of a profession, especially for their papa.
If that is what you think kids might think, I'm here to suggest that you just might want to think again.
You see, there are plenty of cool aspects to financial advising, especially from the perspective of kids whose dad just happens to be a financial advisor.
For one thing, financial advisor dads have supercool piggy banks they give their clients to share with their kids.
Supercool piggy banks that the financial advisor dads share with their own kids, too.
Piggy banks that look sort of like this (for copyright reasons, I can't share the real thing here):
Even cooler? Financial advisor dads regularly give presentations on money to businesses and organizations.
Using a projector.
A projector that — every once in a while — the financial advisor dad brings home for his family to have the most awesome of movie nights.
Movie nights that look exactly like this:
Now how cool is that?
(And how cute is that? Especially that Mac's little body doesn't even fill the entire ottoman as he kicks back to enjoy the show, just like his big brother.)
Yep, financial advising is indeed a pretty cool profession for dads.
Even more cool for their kids.
Just ask Mac and Bubby.
Piggy bank photo: stock.xchng
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