SharkI'm an entrepreneur at heart. I always have been and always will be. From the time I started my first business, mowing lawns for $30 a pop, to different businesses I've had in IT, transportation and now new media, I've been on a path of educating myself in order to be successful.
One of my desires has always been to teach these lessons to my children so they won't have to learn each lesson the hard way. As with any parent I want my children to be more successful than myself. This first hand education is one of the ways I'm working to achieve that.
Here are five ways that I'm working to raise future entrepreneurs:
1) I make sure that the kids see the work that goes into a successful business. Through our business we're afforded amazing opportunities, trips and experiences. My kids have done all types of things as young kids that I didn't have the chance to do until adulthood. Through it all I want them to realize that these opportunities are not gifts but the result ofRead More »from Mini Moguls: 5 Ways to Give Your Kids a Head Start in Business