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Interview with Parker Krex, Creator of Brick Loot

Interview with Parker Krex, Creator of Brick Loot

“I encourage kids to never give up. If you like your idea, someone else in the world likes it, too!” – Parker Krex Our latest featured Kidpreneurs is Parker Krex. At age nine, after years of  reviewing Lego sets on YouTube, Parker came up with the idea for a monthly LEGO subscription box.  And Brick

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Interview with Jayce McGuirk, Creator of Random Hats of Kindness

Interview with Jayce McGuirk, Creator of Random Hats of Kindness

“The earlier you can start learning about business, the better. ” – Jayce McGuirk Our latest featured Kidpreneurs is Jayce McGuirk, a 13 year old kid with a penchant for spreading kindness. Along with his brother and step dad, Jayce designs and sells super cool hats with a purpose. Each comes with a “leave-behind” tag

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Kidpreneur, Kenan Pala, creator of Kids4 Community

Interview with Kenan Pala, Creator of Kids4Community

“Staying determined while working helps you focused through the promised challenging times that come with running an organization or business. ” – Kenan Pala Our latest featured Kidpreneurs is Kenan Pala, a kid with a big heart for people in need. With the help of friends and family, Kenan helped to organize programs to fund

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How Kids with Big Hearts Created Big Ideas

How Kids with Big Hearts Created Big Ideas

Do you remember coming up with (what seemed like) amazing ideas for inventions when you were a kid? Perhaps they seemed impossible to others. But to you, in your state of wonder and limitless possibility, the ideas felt completely achievable.   Maybe you figured out the secret to creating a Limitless Wish Granting Machine, drew

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How Role-Modeling Helps Kidpreneurs Excel

How Role-Modeling Helps Kidpreneurs Excel

Raise your hand if you ever heard your parents say this oldie but goody: “Do as I say, not as I do.” While this phrase may often be said in jest, plenty of kids can tell stories of how their parent’s words and actions didn’t always seem to align.  And how confusing that was to

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Stop Micromanaging Kids, Start Empowering Them

Stop Micromanaging Kids, Start Empowering Them

The remarkable benefits of play, trial and error, and risk taking in raising confident kids. The helicopter parent. The hoverer. The overparenter. While social media has painted a not-so-pretty picture of overprotective parents, the reality is we have all been there at some point. You know you’ve been a helicopter parent if any of this

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8 Things Kids Can Teach You About Business

8 Things Kids Can Teach You About Business

Richard Branson. Elon Musk. Grandpa Joe. It’s not hard for me to rattle off the names of successful people who have inspired me along my journey of entrepreneurship. From their stories and legacies, I have learned enduring tenets of what it takes to own and grow a business (or two). But rewind a handful of

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Interview with Aaron Golbin Founder at DebateIsland.com

Interview with Aaron Golbin, Founder of DebateIsland.com

“To create a successful business, you must be willing to put an enormous amount of time and effort into making it thrive.” – Aaron Golbin Our latest featured Kidpreneur didn’t stop at creating just one business.  Aaron Golbin continued his entrepreneurial momentum by achieving success with implementation of three more businesses.   At just 14 years

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These Sister Kidpreneurs are da Bomb with their Bath Fizzers Business

Isabel and Caroline Bercaw are sisters who started their bath fizzers business, da Bomb Bath Fizzers, when they were just 10 and 11 years old. Now, as teenagers of 14 and 15, the pair have a multi-million-dollar business that’s growing leaps and bounds. We had a chance to talk with these sisters recently, and it’s obvious

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