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Youngpreneur: Carter Kostler

Welcome to our newest series on the blog, Youngpreneurs, where we’ll feature stories about young entrepreneurs from across the U.S.  In our first episode, we connected with Carter Kostler, founder of the Define Bottle.  Inspired by the potential to have a positive affect on obesity and type 2 diabetes, the Define Bottle provides a great way to enjoy fresh-fruit-infused-water.  And being that obesity is reaching epidemic levels in our own backyards, this 14-year-old may be onto something big! Read more

5 Really Cool Things We’ve Discovered Together as a Family

It’s been just over five months since the launch of Shafer…Power! and it feels like a good time to check in to ensure we’re making satisfactory progress toward our goals.  Personally, I feel as though we’ve made great strides together and are really just starting to gain momentum in our journey of entrepreneurism.  In fact, I thought it would be a fun way to evaluate our progress by writing about 5 really cool things we’ve discovered together as a family.  Without further adieu: Read more

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

Gone Fishin’

We’re fresh off a ten-day vacation from visiting our families back in Wisconsin, which means this post will contain several deep thoughts – some of questionable importance. (Insert smile here.)  I can’t assure you my brain is back at 100% percent, but there’s really only one way to find out.  So here goes…below is a list of my top five reflections from this year’s summer vacation:
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Lessons from Father’s Day

I noticed a flurry of articles on the web about dads and entrepreneurship as we headed into Father’s Day weekend.  And since I’m on my own journey of entrepreneurism with the kids, I took the time to read through as many of them as I could.

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