Checkout These 7 Dope Child Entrepreneurs

 
We are starting to see more and more preteen entrepreneurs these days. It is good to start learning about money and personal finances at the age of 7. The next step is transitioning that into business and having an understanding of how it works.
 
Much respect to these kids and others that have decided to carve their own path.

Dope Children Entrepreneurs

 
The national media doesn’t glorify this type of positivity because “it isn’t what sells”. But, we already know not to leave this type of promotion up to them.
 
See what these children are up to here

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Equity Crowdfunding Hits Houston

For awhile, I have been doing my due diligence and researching the equity investment game to understand the best way to get in. There are many rules setup to keep certain folks from being able to participate. Accredited investors being able to invest in startups have been the norm for years, but equity crowdfunding has opened the doors for many others. I randomly came across a post on LinkedIn promoting an event about equity crowdfunding, so I decided to attend.

The link below is from the meeting I attended with Founders and Investors breaking down equity crowdfunding and why it is poised to be Houston’s next catalyst for economic growth!

Check it out!!!

http://youtu.be/CfodjeMHRNE?a

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Why Workplace Friendships Are Not So Bad for Business

Photo: @photosbyphab from nappy

 

“As company family picnics declined, so did the social interaction in the workplace.”

Earlier, I came across the article, Having Work Friends Can Be Tricky, But It’s Worth It,” which I found to be interesting. The most interesting part was the statistics on co-workers vacationing together. “Going on a vacation with a co-worker is virtually unimaginable in America—less than 6 percent of workers have taken their relationship with colleagues to this level.”  

A few weeks ago, I returned from vacation with four other people, one of which is a friend I met through work. So now I fit into that “less than 6 percent” category, and if you know me, you would never think I would. I like to keep small circles and I am not the social butterfly, so when I go to a new company, I do what is asked of me and go home. Having numerous side hustles when I was younger, I always had the “business is business, friends are friends” mentality, and it still holds true to this day. You have to have the same mentality in the workplace, which also allows you to quickly get over any grievances you have with someone that you forged a friendship with through work. This is something that many athletes that play on teams learn early on. You get into a fight with a teammate during practice, you leave it on the field and you do not carry that grudge forward. I was reminded of this again my freshman year in college after getting into a fight with a junior during football training camp.  Read More

 

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