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Raising Entrepreneurs: A Parent’s Guide to Fostering an Entrepreneurial Mindset focuses on equipping parents with strategies and tactics for raising kids who think and act entrepreneurially. Hosted by Tameka Montgomery, a mom on a mission to raise kids who are self-reliant and financially independent. In each episode, she explores topics related to being entrepreneurial and looks at them through a parental lens. Through conversations with experts, authors, parents and young entrepreneurs, she discovers parenting strategies and tactics that foster an entrepreneurial mindset.

Raising Entrepreneurs: A Parent’s Guide to Fostering an Entrepreneurial Mindset focuses on equipping parents with strategies and tactics for raising kids who think and act entrepreneurially. Hosted by Tameka Montgomery, a mom on a mission to raise kids who are self-reliant and financially independent. In each episode, she explores topics related to being entrepreneurial and looks at them through a parental lens. Through conversations with experts, authors, parents and young entrepreneurs, she discovers parenting strategies and tactics that foster an entrepreneurial mindset.
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Raising Entrepreneurs: A Parent’s Guide to Fostering an Entrepreneurial Mindset focuses on equipping parents with strategies and tactics for raising kids who think and act entrepreneurially. Hosted by Tameka Montgomery, a mom on a mission to raise kids who are self-reliant and financially independent. In each episode, she explores topics related to being entrepreneurial and looks at them through a parental lens. Through conversations with experts, authors, parents and young entrepreneurs, she discovers parenting strategies and tactics that foster an entrepreneurial mindset.

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Episodes

EP69 How a Shy Student Launched a National Business Pitch Competition

2/19/2019
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Nicholas Benavides was a junior in high school when his frustration with the extracurricular business competitions led him to start his own. Today, Blue Ocean Entrepreneurship competition has grown from 12 local high schools to a national effort with more than 500 registrations from 23 states. Nicholas shares his entrepreneurial journey and how it led to his own personal discovery of what he’s capable of doing and overcoming. Enjoy, Tameka

Duration:00:16:05

EP68: 4 Weeks to Launch: How LaunchX is Preparing Teens for the Real World

2/10/2019
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Are schools effectively preparing kids for the real world? Young people have drive and passion that can be expressed now! Laurie Stach of LaunchX is helping kids harness their drive to launch real companies through a 4-week summer program. Enjoy, Tameka

Duration:00:38:55

EP67 How an 11-Year-Old Girl is Providing Help to the Homeless

2/4/2019
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Khloe Thompson is an 11-year-old who has a heart for helping those who are suffering. When Khloe was 8 years old, she was moved to act when she saw a homeless woman on the street. Khloe decided to help in a way that she knew how; by providing handmade bags that included toiletry items. Today, Khloe is a social entrepreneur and philanthropist, helping people in need across the globe. You don't want to miss this episode. Tameka

Duration:00:24:46

EP66 How a Young Man with Down Syndrome Co-Founded A Million-Dollar Sock Business

1/28/2019
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As John was finishing his last year of school, he observed that the options for individuals with differing abilities were very limited. At that moment, he declared that he wanted to go into business with his father. John’s love for crazy socks became the inspiration and motivation behind their company, John’s Crazy Socks. Two years later, John is the co-founder and Chief Happiness Office of John’s Crazy Socks, a million- dollar e-commerce business. You're going to love this...

Duration:00:29:00

EP65: How a 13-year old is Building a Candy Empire while Promoting Healthy Teeth

1/21/2019
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After a visit to the bank, when her father said no to the banker’s offer of a lollipop, seven year old Alina asked the question, “Why isn’t there a candy that’s good for you?” Her frustration with this problem, motivated her to find a solution and the creation of her candy empire, Zollipops. Listen to her story! Enjoy!

Duration:00:49:02

EP64: How to Help Your Kid Develop an Attitude of Yes

1/14/2019
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Are you struggling with a kid who always leans towards the negative? Negative thinking can be a hindrance to forward action, and if it’s not put in check early, it can also become a habit. Dr. Willie Jolley, author and motivational speaker offers practical strategies parents can use to help kids develop a “Yes Attitude”. Enjoy the episode, Tameka

Duration:00:18:05

EP63 How a High School Sophomore's Business Saves the Moms

1/7/2019
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In this episode, 16 year old Danielle McNerney shares how her mother's fight against cancer launched her on a journey to becoming a teen chef and entrepreneur. Enjoy, Tameka

Duration:00:33:41

EP62: How to Parent Bravely and Raise Brave Kids

12/17/2018
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Courage is not the absence of fear, rather it is taking action in the presence of fear. In this episode, guest Margie Warrell shares insight on how to encourage kids to step out of their comfort zones and live bravely. Enjoy, Tameka

Duration:00:41:35

EP61: Strategies to Help Your Child Overcome Procrastination

12/4/2018
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Are you struggling with a child who constantly procrastinates? In this episode we speak with Dr. Joanne Foster, author of “Bust your Buts” and “Not Now, Maybe Later”, and an expert on motivation and procrastination in young people. This is a great episode. Enjoy, Tameka

Duration:00:35:00

EP60: How a Young Inventor’s Idea Won Over Shark Tank’s Mr. Wonderful

11/26/2018
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Tripp Phillips was given a choice: write an essay or come up with an invention. Honestly, what nine-year-old really wants to write an essay? He decided to try to invent something; but where and how to start? In this episode we talk with Tripp and his father Lee about his innovative solution to a common challenge experienced by kids playing with Legos. Enjoy, Tameka

Duration:00:24:32

EP59: How to Help Your Child Connect with Her Purpose

11/19/2018
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We live in the “selfie generation”; with a prevailing attitude that it’s all about me. This perspective is absent of the idea of that we exist to make a difference in the world, that we don’t just exist for ourselves. An entrepreneurial mindset in rooted in having a strong sense of purpose. What is purpose? Our guest, Nathan Shaw describes it this way, “Passion is purpose revealed”. Nathan is the founder of Youth Empowerment Project and works with hundreds of youth annually helping them to...

Duration:00:41:13

EP58: How to Help Your Teen Come Up With A Business Idea

11/12/2018
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I’m often asked, “What business should my kid start?” My response often begins with, “It depends…” In this episode, our guest offers great strategies to help parents guide kids toward this discovery. Julie Frieswyk is an educator, innovation enthusiast and program manager of the Diamond Challenge, a global entrepreneurship competition for high school students. Julie offers a peek inside their process of teaching young people how to be observant, with a traveler’s mindset, to recognize...

Duration:00:36:38

EP57: Why Changemaking is the New Literacy

11/5/2018
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The only constant is the rapid exponential change that’s happening. Success is being able to thrive in this changing world. Mentor Dida, senior intrapreneur at Ashoka, shares thoughts on how to help young people find the power inside of themselves to create change for themselves and for others. Listen now! Tameka

Duration:00:40:53

EP56 Teen Starts Organization that Gives Hope to Homeless Youth

10/29/2018
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As a freshman in high school, Alisha Zhao saw that there was a lack of services focused on helping homeless youth reach their potential. In this episode, she shares her journey as a social change agent, who addressed a need by starting a student club and grew it into a viable organization. Enjoy the episode. Tameka

Duration:00:21:30

EP55: Enjoying the Sweet Smell of Success

10/23/2018
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Chloe, Sophie and Lily are sisters and business partners. At the ages of 5, 7, and 9 they launched, Sweet Bee Sisters selling lip balm made from bees wax. Nine years later the business continues to be a success, giving them financial independence while gaining essential tools for life. Enjoy the episode, Tameka

Duration:00:42:04

EP54 How Young People Can Make the Impossible, Possible

10/15/2018
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Amara Leggett is a 17-year old entrepreneur, blogger, speaker and author who graduated from high school and completed her associate’s degree one week apart. In this episode she offers advice to young people on how to develop a strategy to make the impossible, possible. You will be amazed at the advice she offers. Enjoy! Tameka

Duration:00:28:42

EP53: Cultivating Creative Confidence in Kids

10/8/2018
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Kids are naturally creative. However, experiences within and outside of our control may affect their confidence in their creative ideas. Sally Madsen, a design thinker and instructor at the Stanford D. School offers advice on how parents can help children build creative confidence. Enjoy, Tameka

Duration:00:26:40

EP52 How to Raise a Biblical Young Entrepreneur

10/1/2018
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What distinguishes a biblical entrepreneur from any other entrepreneur? Patrice Tsague founder of the Nehemiah Project, offers advice to Christian parents on how to help their kids have an integrated view of their faith and their businesses. &n

Duration:00:35:25

EP51 Lessons Learned from the Children's Business Fair

9/24/2018
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In this episode we mark our 1-year anniversary of launching the podcast with a conversation with our three boys to hear about their experience participating in the Montgomery County Children’s Business Fair. Enjoy the episode. Tameka

Duration:00:16:51

EP50: How a Teacher Introduced Design Thinking to Encourage Creative Problem Solving

9/17/2018
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Middle school instructor Jason Vest believes learning should challenge mindsets while also being fun. He set out to transform the classroom experience by introducing innovation, entrepreneurship, and design thinking to his students to equip them to creatively solve problems. His students love it! You should hear what he's doing. Check it out, Tameka

Duration:00:27:03