Ok fellas, raise your hand if your kids have come to you with a business idea 🙋🏼♂️
As an entrepreneur myself, having my kids show interest in starting a business is pretty exciting.
Of course, I want them to explore whatever makes them happy. But secretly, I love the idea of them running their own thing. Maybe it’s because it’s something I know I’ll be able to connect with them about. Can any of you relate?
But how involved should we get? What’s the right balance between helping them pursue their idea, and letting them make mistakes/figure things out on their own?
Josh Felber - Helping Your Kids Start A Business Today I caught up with serial entrepreneur, Josh Felber, to talk all about it!
Josh created his first real business at the age of 14 and has owned 15 more in the 30+ years since. Before the age of 25 he had become a millionaire and today he helps “parent-preneurs” achieve success, while living an integrated lifestyle.
We talk about the different businesses his kids have started, including Gratitude Gear and Paleo Pets, and some really great tips for any parents who have a kid entrepreneur in the family :)
Brotha James Podcast Highlights
Where does religion need improvement? Intentional praying & gratitude Building a family brand Helping your kids start a business Business models best suited for kids. How involved should you be in your kids business? Integrating entrepreneurship into your homeschooling Encouraging your kids to figure things out on their own Using commute time to listen to audiobooks with your kids Epic family vacations What should you do when you accidentally respond with anger when speaking with your kids? Raising your kids to be leaders, not followers Listening to your inner compass Get the Full Show Notes
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