Bringing Children Back into the Family Economy - Children and Entrepreneurship
January 9, 2012
For 5900 years of world history, children learned to work from an early age and participated in the family economy. Sadly, we've lost this basic way of life in just the last 3 generations. But families are beginning to train their children in entrepreneurship, business, and work (as early as 6, 8, or 10 years of age). Here is a sweet story of one daughter and how she learned to work with what she had, and contribute to the household economy. Andie Davidson and daughter Tali join us on this edition of Generations.
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