If you are following along with our journey, you know that we have been quiet for a few weeks. We had a wonderful vacation visiting family and then a hurricane that got me a little off track with my sharing. However, while I am behind in sharing, my son has been working through this program and growing his business. I will share more about his progress later, but he has over doubled his business in the last few weeks using tools and skills that he learned in The Kingdom Code.
Lesson three was about how entrepreneurs build businesses. This section uses the cowboys of the 1800s as a lesson in supply and demand. Then helps them understand how to apply that to their new businesses. It also shared about a failed business venture and how the entrepreneur had the courage to start over and was successful in his next venture. I think this is a great way to help children understand that they may not succeed at everything they attempt but they should keep trying. We had recently listened to a biography of Milton Hershey and were able to connect that story to this lesson as well.
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Key to the Lesson: “I am an entrepreneur who has the courage to take risks and seek advice.”
The second part of this lesson talked about the importance of mentors and how to find a good mentor. My son chose to use his dad as his mentor. He has built his own business which provides for our family and had also done some part time work in landscaping. This made him a good choice for a mentor for my son’s landscaping business. As he grows his business, we may also consider having him work with someone that we know who runs his own landscaping business full time.
Stay tuned next week for lesson four of The Kingdom Code and don’t forget that you can get 10% of this program using Coupon Code: 10TKC08! If you have any questions about our journey let me know in the comments and I will be sure to try and address them in our next installment.
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