“Are your kids starting to ask questions about where businesses come from? Remember, it’s never too early to teach young people the value of entrepreneurship.
By Julie Bick
At age 6, Rachel Shein went door-to-door selling her little sister’s birthday party balloons until her parents caught her. By the end of elementary school, she was hawking brownies at the local ball games because she figured they were higher margin than lemonade. That same year, she was keeping the sales and expense ledgers for her mom’s needlepoint store and her dad’s real estate office.”
– Most kids, at some point, want to do what their parents do and this includes kids whos parents are entrepreneurs. This article has a lot of good advice and resources including Junior Achievement which I was a participant in when I was a kid. -ed.