Ok, let me set the scene. Cheryl and I have four kids. Well, adults now. Ages, as of this month, give or take a month or two, are 18, 23, 25 and 30.
We're proud parents and so pleased the way our kids have matured into responsible citizens and caring individuals. We celebrate each other's differences and it's a delight to have four wonderful friends in our lives that are all unique but at the same time share so much in common.
We've always encouraged them to become independent and to choose how they make their way in life based around what work interests them and in which they feel motivated to excel in.
This post shares with you the common skills they have all developed to varying degrees and which have served each of them in their various entrepreneurial endeavors in their lives so far.
These skills are consistent with the research we've done on the subject of developing entrepreneurial skills in children. ...
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