Financial Life Skills & Financial Education Resources
with Nancy Phillips
Helping parents, teachers and professionals learn financial education and build positive financial skills in today’s youth.
Life Success Skills for Today’s World
This time of year, many of us are focused on all our children’s extracurricular activities. Learning how to play team sports, and all of the skills
Our mission is to help increase the financial and life success skills of our youth globally so they can achieve their full potential, and share their gifts with the world.
We work with families, organizations, charitable foundations, schools and individuals committed to this outcome.
Follow the links below to find financial education tools and resources you, your family or your organization can use
to build a world where the youth of today are the financial leaders of tomorrow.
Nancy Phillips is the only person I’ve come across who has actually looked at how kids learn financial life skills best. Nancy’s approach means that better learning is going to happen – which will lead to better financial habits and long-term outcomes.
Senior Vice President
The Millstone Evans Group
What Nancy and her Zela Wela Kids program brings to the world is not just important but incredibly fun and effective. I have witnessed, in just one day, a transformation of children’s thoughts and habits around money. Remarkable and I am NOT overstating.
Don R. Campbell
Real Estate Investment Network (REIN)
Nancy’s Financial Literacy Products for Kids is a direct fit with our goal of increasing financial literacy. The Zela Wela Kids books are a fantastic resource to help facilitate the discussions in a way that is easy and fun.
Host and Producer
The Wealthy Life
Download The 15 Most Critical Financial Life Skills Your Children Need, and give your kids a critical JUMP START, setting them up for a life of financial well being. Teaching today’s youth how to manage their money with values-based goal setting is the greatest gift you can give. Help them discover and clarify what’s most meaningful to them.
Letter From Nancy
You may have noticed…
It is more critical than ever that we begin to teach our youth financial and life success skills to help them reach their full potential and live meaningful, abundant lives.
What’s the cost of not doing this?
Financial stress impacts every area of life from mental focus in the present moment, to increased stress hormone levels causing mental anxiety and sleeplessness. These factors eventually impact long-term health, relationships, career and everyday well-being. Lack of knowledge in this area of life can lead to devastating credit card debt, bankruptcies as well as the more human factors of low self-esteem, depression, relationship challenges, health issues, and sometimes crime. When people live with severe financial stress they are living in a type of tunnel vision “survival mode” which makes it harder to make wise long-term decisions, eat healthy food (more expensive), find free time to have fun with family and friends, be patient with others, and be optimistic about the future. This impacts everyone directly or indirectly, including the next generation. When you look at the stats, it’s clear this is a national and international epidemic.
Our youth deserve to have hope for their future and learn the financial education and skills they need to be personally successful and fulfilled, and our world needs them to have the opportunity to reach their potential and share their natural talents and gifts.
As Ghandi once said “the future depends on what we do in the present.”
Nancy with coach and mentor Jack Canfield promoting the launch of her financial book series for youth – The Zela Wela Kids
The Wela Way Blog
Chosen as one of Discover’s Favourite Blogs
While the topic of money has long been a taboo topic in many homes, it’s more critical than ever that we begin to make a conscious effort to teach our children the basics before someone else does, someone who may not have their best interests at heart. We all know...read more
10 Reasons Why the GISS Method is Better than a Piggy Bank for Helping Your Kids (and Teens) Develop Essential Financial Life Skills
The piggy bank is a very valuable tool for teaching kids the concept of saving and delayed gratification, both of which are fundamental to developing self-control when managing money (and life!). While very important, these factors are just one facet of creating good...read more
Happy Spring! It’s time for sunshine, rain, flowers and sometimes spring break travel. Today’s post is about a recent vacation I took with my children, Natasha and Max, to Southern California. We had a fantastic time, and learned some great life lessons. We also...read more
From Brian Tracy…
“This incredible program shows parents how to help their children prepare for success in today’s world. Nancy Phillips has laid it out simply and effectively so parents finally have a roadmap to follow.”
World Renowned Business Author and Speaker.