Published at Thursday, December 10th, 2020 - 05:29:43 AM. 6th Grade Math. By Delia Montgomery.
When your start-up business is a turnkey business package, you reap the benefit of having a director. The turnkey business package founders and managers have the baton. They lead and guide you through the process - they help you learn how to read the music. They have taken the sweat and tears, trial and error and missed beats out of the composition. You are quickly ready to perform - and perform well, as though theyve been in business for a while. You are able to move from 6th to 7th to 8th grades so to speak. You are ready to jump right in, give your audience (customers) what they want - an efficient, well-orchestrated service that is music to their ears.
Ive read many books on personal finance, and a common thread that runs through many of the best ones are vigorous reassurances that it is possible to make good financial choices and even invest intelligently for retirement without doing math. It would appear that many people avoid learning basic skills to take care of their personal finances at least partially because they are afraid that personal finances require too much math for them. Architecture, medicine, personal finance... all of these are held up as practical fields that require lots of math. When teachers and parents do this, their intentions are pure. After all, what could be better than motivating students to study by connecting the subject matter with the real world? Unfortunately, we often do students a disservice by over-emphasizing the math required for certain endeavors.
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