The Revolutionary Life Hub Learning Center

The Life Hub Learning Center is the world’s first all-in-one computer system that combines real-world money management, entrepreneurship, and life management practical learning that prepare children for a future of financial, career and life success, giving parents peace of mind knowing their children will transition to adulthood financially capable and entrepreneurial.

The Life Hub Learning Center excites young minds as they control their own progress by inspiring them to engage, explore, experiment, probe, discover, play, manage and learn on a daily and consistent basis with a plug-and-play system that is fun and easy-to-use straight out-of-the-box.

The Life Hub Learning Center features 25 money management, entrepreneurship, and life management modules that work together to give children the most powerful hands-on learning experience

The Life Hub's formula for youth financial and entrepreneurship education


For kids aged 3-14 years but start at 3 and grow with Life Hub for maximum success


Inspire and captivate with a advanced hands-on, fully-integrated technology


Learn at home daily where it is safe to fail before the real world


Use and manage real money with a fun and motivating visible storage banks


Tools for real-world knowledge and behaviors that develop life skills


Integrates with schools to extend education to the real world


Powerful parental controls with real-time monitoring and easy-to-read progress reports


Individualized learning methods and preferences so children learn at their own pace and way


Predictive technologies and learning analytics. Artificial intelligence with Alexa integration


Links entrepreneurship with money management so that children manage real businesses


Mobile integration for children, parents, educators and employers


Visual and hearing impairment assistive technology for disabled children

Imagine your children's future

Just Imagine ... Picking up your 18 year old son’s bank statement and seeing there’s enough money saved up to pay for most of his college tuition because he started saving early on in his life with The Life Hub® Learning Center
Imagine Your Child ... Becoming so devoted to saving money in her Life Hub® Learning Center that she is pestering you for chore assignments for her to do around the house to earn rewards to convert to money later
Just Imagine ... It’s that time for your daughter to move out and you feel totally at ease knowing that she is prepared and independent enough to meet those financial and life challenges that are ahead for her
Imagine Your Children... On vacation with you in the Caribbean, and seeing them bargain and negotiate with a local shop owner for better pricing on their souvenirs
Just Imagine ... Your 7-year-old daughter paying for her own clothes from the money she has saved in her Life Hub® Learning Center
Imagine Your Child ... Understanding the values of giving to others less fortunate because she has grown up saving money and donating to favorite charities since she was 4 years old
Just Imagine ... Your neighbor telling you how impressed he was with your son’s work quality and timeliness on job assignments that he has given him
Imagine Your Child ... Being so excited to open her first business and experiencing that joy of watching her earn those first few dollars at just 7 years old
Just Imagine ... Your son’s excitement of reaching his fundraising goal to improve the playground in the neighborhood park
Just Imagine ... Your son showing you his stock portfolio and how his net worth is increasing every month because the stock values of his favorite companies are going up

What do the experts say?

Learning-by-doing Is vital to effectiveness and retention

Alicia Dowd - Co Director, Center for Urban Education University of Southern Cal

Educational researchers emphasize the importance of active learning and projects that take on real world problems – this applies to learning financial concepts as well. You simply cannot learn what it’s like to manage your own money in a classroom or with a game and so I underscore the importance of practical experience with financial education.

Kate Stokes - Director of Financial Planning, J.E. Wilson Advisors

Like most life skills, learning financial literacy is cumulative. You can’t expect a high school student to take a semester-long course in economics and come out financially literate. Literacy knowledge is important, but without real-world application, that knowledge is a stale and not committed to long-term memory.

Greg Medcraft - Chairman, Australian Securities and Investments Commission

Financial literacy isn’t about the theory, it’s about the practical – the information children will learn that will actually give them the knowledge and resources to make astute decisions around credit cards, car loans, home loans and budgeting

Laura Ewing - Chief Executive Officer, Texas Council of Economic Education

Teaching children financial literacy and money management skills in the classroom is a little like someone trying to learn how to drive a car by reading a manual. It simply will not work. In order for children to learn how to manage money effectively, they need to start engaging with real money beginning at a very young age.

Richard Thaler - Professor of Behavioral Science and Economics Chicago's Booth School Of Business

It’s naive to think that we could give high school students one financial course and then make them financially literate consumers. Consumers must learn budgeting and savings as early as possible.

Andreas Schleicher - Director, OECD

The best way of teaching financial literacy is not necessarily by instruction in the classroom. Far more important as indicators of proficiency is personal experience with financial products. The volume of exposure to financial literacy in the classroom has no relationships with performance. That is very different for math or science teachings.

Kevin O'Leary - Author, Investor CNBC Shark Tank

As far as I’m concerned, teaching your kids about money is just as important as teaching them how to walk!

Alan Greenspan - Chairman of The Federal Reserve

The number one problem in today’s generation and economy is lack of financial literacy.

Vince Shorb - CEO - National Financial Educators Council

“Nationwide testing demonstrates that the average person lacks the basic financial knowledge he or she needs to make qualified financial decisions. Testing is just an indicator of content knowledge. But unlike other subject matter taught in school, financial literacy requires more than just understanding content. It requires learners to be able to adjust their daily financial behaviors and have enough knowledge to make confident financial decisions.”