Earlier this week, I shared about how my son had completed his marketing survey and learned about advertising strategies for his The Kingdom Code book work and his business. The second part of that lesson involved financial planning and goal setting.
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Key to the Lesson: ” I can reach my goals because I am aware of my strengths and have a winning strategy. “
During this portion of the lesson, my son had the opportunity to work through a variety of the financial aspects of his business. He learned about start-up capital, customer and income goals, and determining expenses.
This lesson included some very important vocabulary such as: advertising, capital, and financial. It also included a valuable lesson about being successful. ” To be successful, KCKs know their strengths, study the competition, and have a winning strategy.”
To wrap up this lesson, he began working on a presentation about his business. He will finish this presentation in lesson six. Younger students are also encouraged to spend some time working with money and practicing making change for customers. This is a great skill both for running a business and just for general shopping and transactions.
Stay tuned for lesson six 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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