I think you have done a great job, hopefully they read the note and material; maybe a fraction can set in and start their financial process off in a more correct direction than many of their peers. Only thing I can suggest adding is to offer your help to understand anything in the book or as it relates to their personal situation. They're young and a small tweak in financial smarts now will lead to tremendous benefits later.
The problem isn't artificial intelligence, it's natural stupidity.
You can't spend yourself to prosperity.
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