Wed, 25 February 2015
Today James does the show in Spanish... Just kidding.
Roma wrote to James asking him where his daughter can publish her work. Whether it's a written piece, a video, or an audio recording, it doesn't matter.
There's so much opportunity for kids to get millions of views today using the Internet.
If you like to produce videos, then YouTube is the place to post your work. And of course, if audio is your thing, then do a podcast.
Encourage your kids, give them positive reinforcement, and help them bring put their voice.
P.S. Nicole Lapin's new book Rich Bitch hits the bookstores yesterday.
Nicole, known for being the youngest anchor ever at CNN and then going on to claim the same title at CNBC, joined James on today's special edition of Ask Altucher.
Nobody handed Nicole anything. She's worked her butt off since she was 15.
She started in Kentucky, then South Dakota, and went on to Palm Springs while still finishing her college degree.
She finally got a 4 a.m. time slot on CNBC and immediately fell in love with it.
In Nicole's new book Rich Bitch, she lays out a 12-step planin which she shares her experiences – mistakes and all – of getting her own finances in order. Money is typically an "off limits" conversation, but nothing is off limits here.