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Posts tagged ‘Goals’

10 Steps to Teaching Your Kids to Become Entrepreneurs

There are so many inspiring and informative articles on the web supplementing our family’s journey of entrepreneurism…that I have decided to add a new category to our blog.  Welcome to Shafspiration!   In this series, I’ll be re-posting the best of the web’s best – not only because learning is one of our goals for the journey – but it also adds to the fun and AdVenture.
(This week’s original post can be found here.)  The only other step I would add to this list is a reminder, “If the kids are having fun, you’re definitely doing something right.” Read more

The Bottom Line: July, 2012

The Bottom Line is a series that was first introduced on the Shafer…Power! blog in April, 2012.  Whereas the business definition of bottom line is “the line in a financial statement that shows net income or loss,” here we do a brief recap of our progress toward our goals.  Since “Earn Some Spare Change” is our fourth goal, we’ll provide an update on our actual bottom line as well. Read more

The Bottom Line: June, 2012

The Bottom Line is a series that was first introduced on the Shafer…Power! blog in April, 2012.  Whereas the business definition of bottom line is “the line in a financial statement that shows net income or loss,” here we do a brief recap of our progress toward our goals.  Since “Earn Some Spare Change” is our fourth goal, we’ll provide an update on our actual bottom line as well. Read more

Taco Wagon Success

Welcome to AdVentures.  In this series, we’ll take a closer look at our family’s entrepreneurial venture of the month.  We’ve already hosted a thrift sale, a coffee stand and made and sold homemade chocolate bars.  For June’s event, which was inspired by Torchy,  we sold tacos using our children’s wagon.  As with all AdVentures, the goal is to have some fun with the kids and learn more about entrepreneurism. Read more

The Bottom Line: May, 2012

The Bottom Line is a series that was first introduced on the Shafer…Power! blog in April, 2012.  Whereas the business definition of bottom line is “the line in a financial statement that shows net income or loss,” here we do a quick recap of our progress toward our goals.  Since “Earn Some Spare Change” is our fourth goal, we’ll provide an update on our actual bottom line as well. Read more