How to Use Your Child’s Interest in Technology? Interview with Thanh Tan

A recent survey by Vouchercloud found the average age most children in America get their first cell phone is 6…yes…6! Who would have predicted ten years ago that we would have an entirely new challenge in our hands- the challenge of technology and young children completely obsessing over it. I’m not sure what it is,…

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What Brian Tracy and Nick/Alexis Solis Have in Common

This weekend I was listening to an interview with Brian Tracy, author of multiple best sellers and thought leader in the world today. One of the things he said about starting a business was that people often go into a business they don’t like- and that is a fatal mistake! >>Checkout The Youngpreneur FREE Training for Your Kids<< This might…

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What is the Youngpreneur Program?

I stood on a plastic cube in my aunt’s kitchen (where we lived for 4 years) and with my little hands I added spoonfuls of sugar to 3 cups of water and the juice of 5 lemons. There were lemon peels everywhere and water covered most of the surface around me. As I tasted the lemon water, my sweet buds told…

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Why Teaching Your Children About Business Teaches Them Character

When my oldest was 5 years old, I attended my first homeschool convention. In the list of workshops provided, I checked off a class titled “Children of Character” by Mardy Freeman. Promptly before the scheduled time, I walked in to find a room full of other committed parents who were eager to learn the secrets…

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Why Teaching Your Children About Business is Good for their Financial Future!

As of December 2014, the United States has debt of over $3 trillion! I would like to strongly propose that if the current leaders would have had a small business when young (lemonade stand, pet sitting service, or whatever) they would have learned to manage money effectively and perhaps we wouldn’t be in this mess.…

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Why Teaching Your Children About Business Helps Their Confidence

Our children were only 10, 8, 7 and 2 when we bought our family business, Lifetime Books and Gifts. In this new endeavor, our family had to embark on a journey across the United States. In essence, we had to live in an RV for 5 months, while week by week we visited a new…

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