Our teachers are doing an amazing job educating our kids, but they can’t do it all. Here are the top subjects not discussed in school.
As our kids go into Christmas Break, ask them one question: Have you learned anything about business or entrepreneurship this year? This Winter Break, lets introduce our future to something they’ll never learn in school: how to start their own business! Register for this 60 minute virtual course today. Register HERE! As the world changes,
The school semester is almost over. Have your kids learned anything about business or entrepreneurship yet? This Winter Break, introduce our future to something they’ll never learn in school: how to start their own business! Register for this 60 minute virtual course today. Two dates available!
Yesterday’s Child Entrepreneur Camp was a success! They key to achieving your goals at any age is a positive attitude. What would happen if we told our kids to say the following every day: I am smart! “I am successful!” “I am a leader!” “I can do anything!” “I will make my dreams come true!”
Many of life’s most important lessons are not taught in school. One such lesson is business and entrepreneurship. At an early age, most students are told to get good grades, and if they do, they increase their chances of landing a good job. While that is sound advice, that is not the only advice, or
Our panel of entrepreneurs Alethia Brown, Jeffrey White, Shanell Varner, Julie Logan and Deon Jones – our last two shows we discussed our individual journeys to entrepreneurship and our revelations of how our “corporate roles prepared and contributed to our journey, what it taught us and ultimately helped us along the way.” We also discussed
With kids being homeschooled for the near future, this is an excellent time for parents to introduce their kids to topics they may not be taught in school. Many of life’s most important lessons are NOT discussed in the classroom. In addition to their required studies, take 10-15 minutes per day letting them get familiar
It’s Christmas break. That means the school year is half over. Have your kids learned anything about business or entrepreneurship? If they don’t learn about it in school, then where? Do we as adults have a duty to give the next generation the tools they need to survive? Let them know there’s more options out
Kids do what their parents do. That means if you go to a job you don’t like, or are just working to pay the bills, chances are they will do the same when they become adults. As parents, it’s our responsibility to provide our kids with opportunities we didn’t have, or expose them to things
Another week of school has been completed. Ask your kids if they learned anything about how to start a business, passive income, or accumulating assets. Schools can’t do everything. It’s up to us to pick up the slack. For example, do you know what your “freedom income” is? There’s more to education than learning how