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Three Things That Young Entrepreneurs Often Do Better Than the Rest of Us

Three Things That Young Entrepreneurs Often Do Better Than the Rest of Us

You’ve probably heard the phrase “Kids say the darndest things!”. Well, they also tend to accomplish the darndest things as well.  Take, for example, young entrepreneur Kenan Pala, who helped to organize programs to fund education around homelessness. Parker Krex, another kidpreneur, created a monthly Lego subscription box called Brick Loot and said ““I encourage

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How to Empower Your Kids to Be Amazing Entrepreneurs

How to Empower Your Kids to Be Amazing Entrepreneurs

Few accomplishments are more rewarding that those that allow a child to gain valuable new skills and actually turn a profit in the meantime. Becoming an entrepreneur has long been an attractive career path for many adults who are seeking more freedom and opportunities.  However, young children and teenagers can also choose to experience the

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Inside the Kidpreneur Mindset

Inside the Kidpreneur Mindset

How can it be that young children and teens have the ability to create innovative and successful businesses from the ground up? How is it that kids seem to consistently achieve the impossible, as if nothing is standing in their way? Well, that’s what we call getting inside of the kidpreneur mindset.  And what an

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The Importance of Customer Engagement for a Kidpreneur Business

The Importance of Customer Engagement for a Kidpreneur Business

With the continual evolution of social media and smartphones, there has never been a better time to capitalize on starting and running a kidpreneur business. These advances in technology allow for business owners and customers to practically be instantly accessible at all times.   This means that conversations can happen, feedback can be given, and new

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Three Great Financial Lessons for Kidpreneurs

Three Great Financial Lessons for Kidpreneurs

The allure of entrepreneurship is one of freedom, creativity, and fulfillment. At the top of that list for most people is also the idea of financial reward. When kids learn that they can turn their passions and talents into profits, they often are drawn to creating their own venture.  Who can blame them? Becoming a

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Cultivating Patience With a Kidpreneur Business

Cultivating Patience With a Kidpreneur Business

Launching a business can be one of the most exciting experiences for a kidpreneur and their friends and family.  The energy of all of the ideas swirling, the enthusiasm for the “next step”, and the anticipation of the next sale or client are all memorable parts along the kidpreneur journey. Sometimes a kidpreneur may find

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Top 3 Things Traveling Teaches Kids About Business and Life

Top 3 Things Traveling Teaches Kids About Business and Life

There is more to travel than just lounging on exotic beaches and shredding the best powder on a mountain.  While adventure and fun are definitely a priority for many, others embrace the more nuanced aspects of travel. Meeting diverse people, learning about cultural customs and traditions, and exploring areas off the beaten path can teach

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Teaching Kids to Give and Receive Effective Feedback

Teaching Kids to Give and Receive Effective Feedback

If you’ve ever been on the giving or receiving end of effectively-delivered feedback then you can attest to how different it feels than poorly-delivered feedback.  The negative experiences are often why many people dread the idea of being on either end of the feedback cycle.  But the positive experiences prove that feedback delivered in an

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Mindful Kidpreneurship

Mindful Kidpreneurship

If you watch children in their element –  whether on the playground, absorbed in a book, or creating art – you’ll notice something consistent:  a sense of being present in the moment.  This state of contentment and being fully immersed in an experience is called mindfulness.  It is the ability to be aware of our

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