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What is your best entrepreneurship / business advice for children?

Please word your answers as if you are actually talking to children.

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Lawrence I Lerner
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Lawrence I Lerner Entrepreneur • Advisor
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Try lots of things, have fun and pick the one thing you enjoy most. Lawrence I Lerner \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Direct: +[removed to protect privacy] Blog: RevolutionaryInnovator Twitter: @RevInnovator
Rick Hall, PhD
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Rick Hall, PhD Entrepreneur
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Marry someone very wealthy.
Eugene St.Clair
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Eugene St.Clair Entrepreneur • Advisor
Chief Executive Officer at Humanproof

If you aren't living your dream, you are part of someone else's. Do exactly what you love and what feels right and brings you happiness. Do not be concerned with how you will make money or survive, if you are doing what you love, the money will follow. And don't think that what everyone else around you is doing is "the" right way to live your life. Everyone has their own calling. Some people want to help with others dreams and some people want to pursue their own. You always have a choice. Whatever you decide, pour your heart into it and make it the best it can be, and be the best YOU can be. Doing anything halfhearted for yourself or somebody else isn't worth doing at all.

And above all, for real, true, business advice, always put your customers first, read every book you canget your hands on and always think about the person you are serving. Without happy customers, there is no business.

John Wallace
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John Wallace Entrepreneur
President at Apps Incorporated
Create what matters to you. Don't be afraid to fail - the more difficult the goal the more likely you'll fail sometimes along the way. But pick yourself up, learn from each failure so you won't fail the same way again, and keep building. Pursuing what matters most to you is satisfying to your soul.
Bernard Desarnauts
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Bernard Desarnauts Entrepreneur • Advisor
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You need to squeeze the lemons to make lemonade
Justin Kresge
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Justin Kresge Entrepreneur
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Want that phone? It's $300, if you make $8 an hour how long will it take you to buy the phone? How else could you pay for the phone?




Dave Hersh
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Dave Hersh Entrepreneur • Advisor
Incubating...
I think the inspirational advice always comes easily and naturally. Like anything else, it's the work that matters. When my daughter got interested in entrepreneurship, we started doing Sunday Meetings, where we would go to a cafe and talk through last week's goals and this weeks. I bought her several great books like Kidpreneur and The Young Entrepreneur Guide. I gave her advice and assistance but made it clear that she had to be the driver for the process; otherwise, nothing would happen. We also started watching Biz Kids. And we posted her financial goal in a visible spot to make sure she was staying on track.
Leena Chitnis, MBA
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Leena Chitnis, MBA Entrepreneur • Advisor
Content & Publication Manager at NetApp
What do you have the most fun doing? Keep doing that.
Boris Liberman
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Boris Liberman Entrepreneur
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Learn mathematics. Mathematics is the Queen of all sciences!
Marc Asselin
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Marc Asselin Entrepreneur
Founder @ mLabs & Creator @ HackaNUI
I second what Dave said. I have 3 children. My high schooler has grown up seeing Daddy doing what he loves so she strives to do the same. I try to expose them to a variety of things and if they show an interest I run with it.
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