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What do these three billionaires, Richard BransonMark Cuban and Elon Musk, all have in common? They all started their first business at the age of 12.

It should be no surprise!

Starting as kids, these billionaires began to experience small successes and failures in business that gave them the experience and advantage to become who they are today. The future economy will be shaped by today’s young entrepreneurs. BUT Where will your kids start learning the basics of entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation… learning the skills that will lead them to be tomorrow’s leaders, job creators and business elite? They won’t get entrepreneurship in school today… Geoffry Colvin wrote a fantastic column in FORTUNE Magazine, September 16, 2013. Following are a few excerpts.

‘Innovation and creativity are what make economies hum, and they have always been America’s biggest advantage.

‘A gauge of creativity in children that has been used in the U.S. for over 50 years, the Torrance test, shows that after rising for decades, kids’ creativity began declining around 1990, and the accumulated drop is now significant, with the deepest declines showing up in elementary school children.

‘Meanwhile, other countries – China, most of Europe, parts of the Middle East – are trying hard to build a culture of innovation among their kids, mainly through the schools.’

The future of our children and the future of our country hang in the balance and we’re not going to sit around and wait to see what happens! Join us in teaching our kids about entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation.

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