Children - Page: 6

8 Powerful Ways to Mold Children Into Leaders

As parents and caretakers of children, their path to leadership is in our hands.

Travis Bradberry

· 7 min read

The Striking Similarities Between Being a Parent and an Entrepreneur

We all know both are hard, but what does it take to do both concurrently?

Jim Joseph

· 3 min read

Mark Zuckerberg and His Wife Are Expecting a Baby Girl

Priscilla Chan, Zuckerberg's wife of three years, has suffered three miscarriages over the last few years.

Kate Taylor

· 2 min read

5 Ways to Help Your Kids Imagine Themselves as Entrepreneurs

Well-meaning parents who don't realize there is an alternative teach their children to go to college so they can get a job to pay their education loans. Entrepreneurs know better.

Kimanzi Constable

· 5 min read

This Restaurant Will Give You $10,000 in Gift Cards If You Name Your Baby 'Quinoa'

Can a trendy grain become a trendy baby name? BJ's Restaurants thinks so.

Kate Taylor

· 2 min read

11 Money Lessons Entrepreneurial Parents Can Teach Their Kids Over Summer Break

Revisit this list once that familiar complaint begins: "Mom, I have nothing to do!"

Darrah Brustein

· 6 min read

5 Uncomfortable Questions Asked at McDonald's Company Shareholders' Meeting

Like to complain about McDonald's? You'd fit right in at the company's shareholders' meeting.

Kate Taylor

· 5 min read

3 Ways to Teach Your Kids About Entrepreneurship

The skills and character traits children can learn as little entrepreneurs will help them thrive their entire lives.

Matthew Toren

· 4 min read

Bring Your Child to Work Day Is Too Valuable to Limit to Once a Year

Done thoughtfully, bringing children to work expands their sense of what is possible and gives adults a unique perspective on office life.

Zeynep Ilgaz

· 4 min read

Groups Urge FTC to Investigate YouTube Kids Video App

The groups are concerned that the app disregards long-established safeguards limiting advertising to young audiences.


· 3 min read

Parents of Successful Kids Have These 7 Things in Common

While there isn't a set recipe for raising successful children, psychology research has pointed to a handful of factors that predict success.

Drake Baer

· 6 min read