Raising Entrepreneurial Girls

6 Ways to Set Your Daughter Up for Success

Want to set your daughter up for success? Here are six things you can do (and the studies to back it up).

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Raising Entrepreneurial Girls

5 Girls Who Mean Business: Meet Our Contest Finalists

Their businesses are amazing and their stories are inspirational.

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Raising Entrepreneurial Girls

5 Successful Women Entrepreneurs Who Give Back

Five female entrepreneurs who are changing the world

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Let’s Get Down to Business with Teen CEOs, Raising Entrepreneurial Girls

Let’s Get Down to Business with Teen CEO Lily Born of The Kangaroo Cup

Kangaroo Cups are three-legged cups that won’t tip over. Learn Lily’s story about how her grandfather inspired this helpful product.

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Parenting Guides, Raising Entrepreneurial Girls

Startups 101: Business Basics for Kidpreneurs and the Parents Who Love Them

If you have a promising entrepreneur or future founder in your family, it might be good to know a few logistical things about starting a business.

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Parenting Guides, Raising Entrepreneurial Girls

8 Things Your Daughter Needs to Hear You Say

8 different ways to tell your daughter how amazing she is, build her self-confidence, and cheer her on to become the best possible version of herself.

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Parenting Guides, Raising Entrepreneurial Girls

How to Encourage Your Girl to Get in Touch with Her Inner Entrepreneur

Does your daughter show signs of becoming a savvy business person? Here are six ways to nurture her entrepreneurial spirit.

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Fun Business Ideas, Parenting Guides, Raising Entrepreneurial Girls

Beyond the Lemonade Stand: Fun Summer Business Ideas for Young Entrepreneurs

15 Great business ideas to keep your girl busy this summer and beyond!

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Raising Entrepreneurial Girls

5 Characteristics of a Budding Young Entrepreneur

Five traits to encourage and develop in your young entrepreneur

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Raising Entrepreneurial Girls

Three Life Lessons I Wish Every Girl Could Learn — and Why

My oldest daughter was eight when the business world came knocking at her door. She joined the Girl Scouts, and we all know what that means …

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