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4 Ways to Continue Learning Outside of the Classroom

4 Ways to Continue Learning Outside of the Classroom

When we talk about learning or education, we usually equate it with being a student sitting in a school classroom. Most people fall into the idea they must learn and focus on education until they graduate high school at age 18 or college in their 20s. And then they are all done! Their education is behind them and they are now ready to go out into the world.

Business Success Myths and the Truths Behind Them

Business Success Myths and the Truths Behind Them

It’s the 21st century and information is just right at the tip of our fingers – thanks to the wide, wide, internet world. However, in spite of all the availability of information and the easy access to it, many people are still under the cloak of hoaxes and myths – and the business world is no exemption.

5 Activities for Kids to Build Entrepreneurial Skills

5 Activities for Kids to Build Entrepreneurial Skills

Side hustles aren't just for adults who are motivated to earn extra income outside of their full-time jobs. Side hustles are also great for kids β€” especially those looking for a chance to make money and be productive outside of the classroom. When it comes to building entrepreneurial skills, forget the typical methods like babysitting, dog walking, and lemonade stands. Here are five different ways to consistently simplify the lives of others and create value for them and the kid.

Want Students to Learn? Stop Teaching Them!

Want Students to Learn? Stop Teaching Them!

Sugata Mitra did a simple experiment years ago. He puttied a touch screen computer screen into the exterior wall of his office and connected it to the internet. Local kids, who did not speak English, started using the computer when he was gone. They taught themselves English and navigated the web. They were doing homework assignments by using information on the internet. No instruction required.

6 Ways to Build Culture in Your Business as an Entrepreneur

6 Ways to Build Culture in Your Business as an Entrepreneur

Picture this: you've followed your dreams and started your own business. The business is doing well, you're offering a high-quality product, and there's a flowing income. Better yet, you're starting to expand by hiring new employees and contractors!