Every year, a new crop of college students leave college. Which is wonderful. But some don't have a career plan. They start with revising their resumes and cover letters. Practicing … [Read More]
Think like an entrepreneur and help your daughter succeed in college!!
We are helping young girls and their Mothers learn how to captivate future employers and colleges by telling their stories and creating intergenerational wealth. It's a confidence builder you don't want to miss!
Think you can’t create a cool new business when you are stuck listening to “borrrrrrinnng” shows on the radio? Then you need to hear Eva Baker’s story!
On this Mom & Daughters Inc interview, Eva and I discussed how she launched her business, TeensGotSense. It’s a unique concept that educates teens on financial topics like shopping, bartering with parents and finding a first job. Eva started the business when she realized that there were no outlets that shared tips on financial literacy from a young person’s perspective.
If you are curious about starting a business, Eva also shares how she dealt with the unknown aspects of the startup. For example, listen to 6 min mark to hear her story about designing her first website. She also shares some great tips about how to get help from friends and family.
Eva is launching a teen conference this June. If you know any teens who want to be inspired, check out details in the link below.
I know it sounds too simple. Tell your daughter that you love her and she’ll could be a world class entrepreneur? Consider this idea – having a positive self esteem is directly related to being a successful entrepreneur. It leads to success in any career path you choose. A positive sense of self allows you […]
Did your daughter get a few cash gifts from friends and family? Good! After she’s written the thank you notes, consider this idea: Save Some Spend Some Invest Some One of the most powerful lessons for our young people – how to handle money. If they learn the lesson at a young age, it’s muccccchhhh […]
In a panic because your daughter doesn’t have plans this summer? I get it. You want your daughter on the “college” track. Sooooooooo…. she should be highly scheduled attending camps, events, and activities,etc. It would give her more stories. More bullets on her resume. And she will look more “well rounded” for her applications. However, […]