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Our teen has always had a knack for earning and saving money. There is no doubt in my mind that being his own boss and owning his own business will be something that is part of his future. As his mom, I want to make sure that I am doing everything to encourage him to be the best entrepreneur. Here are some ways that I have learned to help him on his journey of entrepreneurship.
Ways to Encourage Your Budding Entrepreneur:
- Provide them with wise counsel and resources: As they are developing their mind for business they need to be able to learn the ends and outs of small business from reliable sources.
- Help them to develop organizational skills: Organizational skills are huge. After all, business owners have to be organized so that they can keep up with all the various things that are going on.
- Allow them to lead: Encourage your future entrepreneur to plan the next family yard sale! They need to practice organizing and managing.
- Help them seek out working experiences: This will help them to learn the value of hard work! So help them find ways to make money and/or volunteer their time!
Finally, a resource that you can’t afford to pass up if you are raising a budding entrepreneur!!
If you have a future entrepreneur I recently discovered a course 1-2-3 Entrepreneur! This online course has videos for your audio learner, literature for those who need to read a text to absorb information, quizzes and more! This course is student and administrator friendly not to mention I would be a horrible friend if I did not mention the fact that if you use the code 123grandopening you will receive 20% off! Our teenager has been using this course as a high school elective course and is truly enjoying it.
Until Next Time Just Keep Soaring 4 Him,
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