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3 Organizations That Seek to Make Today's Kids Tomorrow's Moguls

Kids have heaps of energy, get excited about trying new things and frankly are too young to worry much about taking some risks. They can easily be developed into entrepreneurs.

Matthew Toren

With Every Passing Phase of Life, Remember 'This Too Shall Pass'

The head of a marketing agency looks to the future as his two young adult children get ready for their next steps.

Jim Joseph

Now, Rather Than Later: How to Foster Learning for a Business-Minded Child

Here are four ways to fan the flame of your son or daughter's entrepreneurial aptitude.

Robert Glazer

5 Activities to Do With Your Kids That Will Make You a Better Entrepreneur

Spending time and engaging with children can yield great benefits for both of you.

Peter Gasca

How to Balance Work and Life Now That the Kids Are Back in School

It might be time to adjust the household budget to afford a nanny.

John Boitnott

6 Things Parents Should Stop Doing, to Raise 'Business-Smart' Kids

Are you a new parent? Here are a few things you need to get straight.

Peter Gasca

Don't Leave Talent on the Table: A Solution to the Tech Talent Gap

To close the gap, companies might need to get involved in local organizations, engaging with community groups and providing them with partnership and wisdom.

Kevin Castle

Want to Be a Happier Parent and More Effective Entrepreneur? Ask for Help.

The owner of a marketing agency learned that he couldn't possibly do it all, not without a little help balancing the multiple demands of work and family.

Jim Joseph

The Simple Way I Teach My Kids to Spot Opportunities

I want my children to have an entrepreneurial spirit, and this skill is a basic tenet of starting a business.

Nick Ruiz

Here's How to Talk to Your Kids About Money Management (Infographic)

It's never too early to start teaching the value of a dollar.

Geoff Weiss

This New Comic Book Teaches Entrepreneurship to Kids as Young as 8

Life doesn't come with an instruction manual, but now aspiring entrepreneurs have a comic book to draw from.

Carly Okyle