Wanna Be an Entrepreneur~ Learn How to Build a Business While You're a Kid
Think creatively about what you like to do and how you can make money- they aren't always the same so let's learn about the differences as you begin your entrepreneurial journey.
Ms. Kara~ Coach K
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Calling all Creatives! In this One-Time class we talk about two points of business and what it means to be an entrepreneur. For now- "Kidpreneur" is a great starting point. The first point is: what do you like to do and what are you interested in? There is a fun activity we will do in class to help you narrow down this list. The second point is: how to make money and understand these two are not necessarily the same thing. Some people say just "follow your passion" which is great advice but...
Everyone everywhere has had an idea for a business or book. Learners will have this opportunity to really brainstorm ideas with the other learners and from inspiration generated from the case studies of other kids. Just because we have an idea or even a great idea does not mean anything will ever happen with it. This class is going to give some structure to your budding entrepreneur by making sure they (write down the idea) and save it in a place where all the ideas go. Most entrepreneurs have many ideas and sometimes it can be overwhelming so it is so helpful to document each idea as it comes. Learners will also learn about how to timestamp the idea to protect it. By the end of class learners will have gained an understanding between an idea, a passion they are interested in, how to make money and how these are not all the same necessarily. Learners will gain confidence to create a business even at a young and why this can give them an advantage in future business creations. Learners will also take away what it means to work at a job for someone else versus working for yourself and how both have pros and cons. Lastly, we will touch base on the future and modern ideas about retirement, streams of income and what security can mean for different people.
My first business was born out of helping someone else when they came to me asking for advice for fitness. I helped my "first client" before I knew I wanted to make a business. From there it grew into this idea that- if I can help someone else with "my product or service" then I could make money and even build a business. I completed my Masters in Health Coaching and my program taught fundamentals of business. From there I was hooked and excited to research and study how to be an entrepreneur. I've now worked for myself for 16 years and had several businesses. I love to encourage students to build a business of their own. My teaching experience is broad as I have been lucky enough to teach what I love the most- wellness and a healthy lifestyle. My initial training comes from (my own health journey) where from the young ages of 15-20 years old, I struggled with my self-confidence, body image and being a healthy person. After being able to self-heal my mental and emotional challenges I began formal education. I focused on the anatomy and physiology in a sports massage program and became Licensed in two states. The following are my trainings, Masters Degree and certifications as I have 2000 hours in training clients and students in the field of wellness and fitness. I had my own private business in CA, Aspen and Nashville both seeing clients and students in-person and online/phone. -Nationally Board Certified as a Holistic Health Counselor HHC -Certified Holistic Nutritionist -Certified Personal Trainer -Certified Yoga Instructor -Masters Degree in Holistic Nutrition and Psychological Coaching -Licensed Anatomical and Physiological Sports Massage Therapist
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Progress will be assessed by how learners engage with questions during the power point and when talking with each other.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents can encourage their budding entrepreneur by looking at modern ideas about what it means to retire, multiple streams of income and what security can mean to different people.
Some but not all these articles will attribute to the power point and help to generate great ideas and conversation between learners. BusinessNewsDaily.com. “Companies Founded by Amazing Young Entrepreneurs“ TheAlternativeDaily.com. “5 Successful Entrepreneurs Who are Kids – And What They Can Teach Us“ Mashable.com. “15-Year-Old Makes $100,000 on Bitcoin, Launches Startup“ Wisebread.com. “Best Money Tips: Low-Cost Business Ideas for Teens and Kids“ Money.CNN.com. “8 Kid Entrepreneurs to Watch“ NBCNews.com. “How this 11-Year-Old Turned Something Scary into Something Sweet“ BusinessInsider.com. “Meet the 13-Year-Old CEO Who Built a $200,000 Business and is Mentored by Daymond John“ Huffpost.com. “Lizzie Marie Likness, Lizzie Marie Cuisine: 11-Year-Old Entrepreneur Creates a Cooking Empire“ ABCNews.go.com. “American Wins International Children’s Peace Prize“ Yahoo.com. “Shark Tank: Kid Entrepreneurs“ BizJournals.com. “How 14-Year-Old Rachel Zietz Built a $1 Million Company“ Inc.com. “7 Amazing Kid Entrepreneurs Who Will Make You Think, Man What Was I Doing at Their Age?“ GazetteReview.com. “Ryan’s Barkery Shark Tank Updates – See What They Are Doing Now“
Ms. Kara~ Coach K
Life Skills & Entrepreneur Teacher & Certified Health Coach
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
34 total reviews
77 completed classes
🏃♀️"Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going" - Jim Ryun 🏃♀️ Hello! I'm Ms Kara or Coach K and I believe learning should be interesting, entertaining and helpful, which I try to create in each and every class I teach. I...