Last week, we shared about how my son learned about advertising and marketing as well as making a financial plan using lesson five of Kingdom Code . In lesson six, we reviewed what he had already learned and he had a chance to finish up a presentation on his business.
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Key to the Lesson: ” I will enjoy learning and show perseverance by reviewing what I have learned “
This lesson went fairly quickly as a review lesson, but was a great chance to make sure that he had a good grasp of the material and was ready to move on. We went back over the clues from the first five lessons:
- All Knights need to put on the full Armor of God for protection.
- Treasure Builders make money by selling inventions, services, and goods.
- An entrepreneur takes a risk to start a business build on supply and demand.
- KCKs make plans so their Treasure Builders are successful.
- To be successful, KCKs know their strengths, study the competition, and have a winning strategy.
Next, he learned about Joan of Arc and her hard work and perseverance. Then he spent some time using the forms provided, finalizing a presentation on his business. He practiced giving the presentation to family and may at a later time get the opportunity to give that presentation to potential customers. We have the advantage here of having participated in 4-H public speaking events since he was about 5 years old. That experience helped him have the confidence to be able to speak in front of other people and this course gave him a good outline of how he should present his business. Between the two, I think he has a winning combination.
Stay tuned for lesson seven 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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