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Do These Things to Raise Entrepreneurial Kids [INC]

Mark Zuckerberg’s father, Dr. Edward Zuckerberg, did a lengthy interview with a local radio station some time ago, in which he talked about how the choices he and his wife made led his son to–well, to go on to Facebook and become a billionaire. Here are the biggest takeaways from his talk:

  1. Model working for yourself.

  2. Provide security for your kids.

  3. Discover and encourage your kids’ interests.

  4. Show them you’re proud of them.

  5. Set limits and enforce them.

  6. But make sure kids play, too.

  7. Balance work and life

  8. Don’t grow old too fast.

Read More Here: Want to Raise Entrepreneurial Kids? Mark Zuckerberg’s Dad Says Do These Things [INC]

 

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