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A Founder Shares 4 Lessons Motherhood Has Taught Her About Running a Business
'I asked my son, "What is your mommy's favorite thing to do?" He answered, "Go to work." And I learned that that wasn't necessarily a bad thing.
5 Lessons Future Entrepreneurs Can Learn at Summer Camp
Kids learn lifelong lessons when mom and dad aren't hovering around them.
You Can Learn a Lot About Leadership From People Much Younger Than You Would Think
Children too young to be inhibited by hierarchy spontaneously offer refreshing insights into the grown-ups they observe.
To Raise Exceptional Children, Teach Them These 7 Values
Any fact or bit of knowledge we teach a child might be obsolete when they are adults, but values endure through all changes.
Here's How Entrepreneurs Are Talking to Their Kids About Business
Raising children into entrepreneurial adults begins with encouraging creativity and problem solving.
How Stressed-Out Parents Are Creating Huge New Opportunities for Franchisors
Parents need a lot of help holding it all together -- and increasingly, they're getting that help from franchises.
Getting to The Root of the Tech Industry's Gender Gap
A technology educator in Silicon Valley speaks from experience.
How This Scrappy Startup That's Partnered With Target and Nickelodeon Stays Lean and Gives Back
When this media company found the big partners it needed to fulfill its mission at scale, it had to be strategic with its resources to meet their demands.
Why Today's Children Don't Want to Grow Up and Start a Business
A new study says kids today don't crave being their own boss.
Want to Raise a Founder? Then Follow Through on Your Commitments.
People who bail on their plans or don't respect others' time rarely become either good leaders or good parents -- and certainly not effective ones.
Teaching Your Kids About Entrepreneurship Isn't About 'Fair'
Help your children become confident leaders by focusing on the factors within their control instead of griping about fairness.