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8 Productivity Tips for Entrepreneurs With Kids Waiting for Them to Get Home

Parenthood makes your priorities crystal clear, though scheduling does get more complicated

My entrepreneurial journey wasn’t always the smoothest. It took a couple of years of being an entrepreneur before I finally had a system, structure and schedule in place and was doing well professionally.Then, my first child was born. Becoming a parent showed me how much time I wasted being unproductive. ...

by John Rampton  | September 01, 2018 09:00:00
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Here's One Simple But Effective Way to Raise a Successful Child

Your child will need to learn to be persistent to succeed

No matter how it pains to see your child suffer with his homework, you need to let her do it on your own. Take it from researchers from Finland, a country that has one of the best educational systems in the world. The ...

by Rachel Perez for SmartParenting.com.ph  | July 26, 2018 12:00:00
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How to Be a Good Parent: 5 Secrets From the Longest Study on Human Development

As it turns out, you can break good parenting down into five practical tips

From the longest study on human development, which spans over 70 years and involves more than 70,000 children, Helen Pearson sought to find out what more parents can learn from scientific research — this time on how to be a “good parent.”Pearson is ...

by Jill Castillo for SmartParenting.com.ph  | July 08, 2018 12:00:00
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BPI-Philam CEO Let 10-Year-Old Daughter Manage Her College Fund. Guess What Happened Next

Q&A with Surendra Menon, chief executive officer of BPI-Philam Life Assurance Corp.

Surendra Menon is the CEO of BPI-Philam Life Assurance Corp.Most parents encourage their children to save by giving them piggy banks or bank accounts. Those who are financially sophisticated may try to teach them a bit of investing by giving them shares ...

by Roel Landingin  | June 19, 2018 02:00:00
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Here’s What Entrepreneurial Daughters Learned from their Fathers

The daughters of Francis Kong, Josiah Go and Bert Lina share the best lessons from their dads

Host RJ Ledesma (right) speaks onstage to Francis Kong and his daughter Rachel during the Fathers For Daughters: Building Next-Gen Business Mindsets eventWhile tradition considers fathers as the main source of family income, it’s not the only role they can and will play. ...

by Elyssa Christine Lopez  | April 15, 2018 09:00:00
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How to Teach Your Daughter Girl Power, According to This Self-Made Billionaire

Teach these lessons to your girls so they can grow up to be strong, confident and happy

Ask any parent what they want their child to be in the future, and they’ll answer “smart and successful.” It’s a tall order, but the good news is many successful individuals would say that a future billionaire doesn’t necessarily need to be ...

by Kitty Elicay for SmartParenting.com.ph  | November 19, 2017 12:00:00
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12 Ways to Prepare Your Kids to Lead Happy, Successful Lives

Kids are the toughest startup of all but you can problem-solve it

Every parent wants to raise their children in a way that prepares them to live fulfilled, happy, productive lives. I'm trying to be the best father in the world.Then life's reality hits. Many people, like myself, get a little lazy and lax on some ...

by John Rampton  | May 08, 2017 08:00:00
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How My Parents Groomed Me to Be a Successful Entrepreneur

This Entrepreneur contributor didn't always enjoy the hands-on way his parents raised him. But, "Looking back, it was the best thing that ever happened to me!"

I was a lucky kid. I had loving parents, a stable home and a middle-class upbringing. That doesn’t mean that things were easy. My parents, Kiran and Pratima Patel, were loving, but they were also demanding, in a good way.As a kid, I didn’t always ...

by Neil Patel  | December 24, 2016 12:00:00
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Study says kids who play more video games are smarter, friendlier

‘Playing video games is now part of a normal childhood.’

You might want to sit down for this, parental units: New research suggests that gaming for a few hours a week helps kids be better problem-solvers, in class and on the playground.  The results of a study published recently in the journal Social ...

by Kim Lachance Shandrow  | July 09, 2016 01:00:00
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Secrets to being both an executive and a mom

For this executive and mother of two, work-life balance does not work. Instead, she goes with the flow.

There is one way in which men and women will never, ever be equal: Women can get pregnant. Men cannot.And so for ambitious, career-minded women, there is always a series of looming questions: Should I get pregnant? And if so, when? How ...

by Catherine Clifford  | May 07, 2016 11:00:00
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6 ways you can help your child become financially independent

'There is a fine line between giving your child a leg up and enabling them from not having financial independence.'

Life after college can be hard, especially when your child moves back home. High student loan debt and expensive rents, coupled with a low salary, can make living independently a challenge for someone just starting out. Parents can help their children get ...

by Andrea Murad  | April 04, 2016 05:00:00
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11 money lessons entrepreneurial parents can teach their kids over summer break

It's never too early to teach your kids lessons on money management.

It  is that time of year again: The kids are home from school for the summer, and parents are sorting out how to occupy them. Ideally, kids should continue to learn during this down time, so why not offer them some valuable life lessons about ...

by Darrah Brustein  | February 28, 2016 09:00:00
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An entrepreneur's guide to explaining your job to your kids

Some jobs will be easier to describe than others, but it is important to start the conversation.

How many times do we parents sit around the dinner table and feel frustrated that our children aren’t telling us anything about their day? In reality, they’re probably just following the example we’ve set. As an entrepreneur and mother of two young boys, ...

by Zeynep Ilgaz  | February 24, 2016 03:00:00
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