The Wisest Investment
Robin’s transformation talk, The Wisest Investment, brings her book of the same name to life. Parents will be entertained as they learn why it’s important to teach their kids about money, how to go about it and what to talk about. You will leave feeling empowered and inspired to teach your kids to be responsible, independent and money-smart for life.
The Wisest Investment can be delivered as a keynote, breakout session or workshop. Please contact us to put a date on hold.
Robin is also a sought after panelist on most any financial topic, from budgeting, saving and investing, to paying for post-secondary studies.
The biggest audience Robin has addressed to date was at the Walrus Talks Philanthropy, where she had to take the stage right after Margaret Atwood – a Canadian living legend! Please visit Appearances for a list of upcoming and past speaking engagements.
The Wisest Investment: Teaching Your Kids to Be Responsible, Independent and Money-Smart for Life
Most parents know that teaching their kids about money is critical to success in life, but studies show that many parents feel they lack the time, knowledge and experience to do it well. Add the seismic shift towards a cashless, digital society – accelerated in our post-pandemic world – and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed.
In The Wisest Investment: Teaching Your Kids to Be Responsible, Independent and Money-Smart for Life, you will learn why the wisest investment is teaching your kids about money. Robin will review the consequences if you don’t teach them, the rewards if you do and some of the challenges parents face.
Then she will teach you how to raise responsible, independent, money-smart kids for life, with three east-to-implement strategies:
- instilling solid values in your kids, to help guide and prioritize their financial decisions,
- capitalizing on “teachable moments” about money in countless everyday scenarios, and
- being a good financial role model so you can lead by example.
You’ll also learn what to talk about with your kids at different ages and stages, using what Robin calls the Five Pillars of Money.
The stakes are too high to leave this crucial education to chance. Raising kids with good financial habits, grounded in a solid understanding of and respect for money, will pay off in numerous ways. It just may be the wisest investment you make!
May 27, 2021: Robin delivered her virtual keynote, The Wisest Investment: Teaching Your Kids to Be Responsible, Independent and Money-Smart for Life. This event was hosted by Derek Cooper, Senior Wealth Advisor, Scotial Wealth Management.
March 12, 2021: Robin participated on a panel discussion at the Women and Financial Literacy Conference, hosted by futurfund.
October 23, 2020: Robin was a special guest at a virtual lunch 'n' learn for The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) on How to Teach Your Kids About Money.
Money Columnist for CBC and CITYLINE
“Robin knows kids & money. She is smart, passionate and proven.”
North Toronto Moms Group
“Robin hosted a financial discussion for our North Toronto Moms Group, over Zoom, during the pandemic. During this time, many families are reviewing finances and planning for their families and education. Robin was active in learning about our group’s needs and executed a highly informative presentation and discussion with participants. Concrete examples were provided and we received very positive feedback. We would love to have Robin back in future and highly recommend her as a speaker on the topic of raising money-smart kids!”
Senior Vice-President, Wealth Management, Blue Bridge
“Robin was the featured speaker at our “Growing Up Affluent: Speaking with your Children About Wealth” event last night in Montreal. A crowd of 50 clients and “friends of the firm” enjoyed Robin’s no-nonsense, yet enlightening and entertaining presentation. The audience included parents of kids from 1 to 23, and all took some meaningful suggestions back home. The response was overwhelmingly positive. We got lots of compliments on our choice of topic, speaker and your presentation. Sincere thanks for your great work here.”