How Parents Can Make Sure Their Children Can Make Money Online The New Way

How Parents Can Make Sure Their Children Can Make Money Online The New Way

There are two ways teens can make money online:

  1. The Old Way
  2. The New Way

Old Way Vs The New Way

Old way was to come up with something, spend money in developing 

that product, creating marketing material for it, setting up a store or a website,

once everything is ready (perfect at least to your own satisfaction), you start to look for customers.  


If it doesn’t work, if you can’t get customers, or if the market has changed

you lost all that money, you lost time and you lost the confidence and energy to do it again. You developed distasteful memories and the word Risk carried a lot more power over you in a negative way.

The New Way

Your kid is provided with foundation and knowledge on how to turn ideas into successful businesses. From the very first step, having that positive attitude to owning a successful business, and to the final frontier – – WINNING THE GAME OF LIFE.

Imagine your kid learns the new way, which is to find the customers

first. She is thought exactly how to find that customer first, tests it,  and makes the first dollar, learns exactly who the first dollar was made from, finds more people similar to the one who bought the first order and learns to turn that dollar into many more. What would happen to that business?

Take Kuljeet, he works with Canadian national defence and part-time millionaire, but he started with only 400. He lost that 400 but went on to develop a technique that’s working for him ever since.

Dr. J. Albania, a recent advisor to our program. He started with nothing but with consistency and desire to do better in life, Built a very successful multimillion-dollar advertising group, thanks to methods he developed himself and continues to use to this day.

Making a fortune is, quite literally, a do it yourself occupation You, In the final analysis, will be the best advisor you can have.

Let us explain this

ironically, until you actually are very wealthy, sound advice on building your fortune is rather hard to come by.

The cold facts are:

. Few education institutions really care about helping your kids’ future nest grow, no matter how precious it may be to you.

. Few teachers are looking to assist in building or preserving your kid becoming a boss ability at an individual level.

. and no school is going to alter its curriculum in-light of its effects on your kid. or in consideration of their goals.

In the long run, it’s up to you to take care of it. otherwise, the advice you get about your kids’ future will seldom be given with any serious thought to their personal requirements or abilities.

Here is an example that illustrates this well:

Julie is a single mother who wants her 4-year-old daughter Tracy to have the best education, Why? Because Julie just like so many other parents thinks, education, as it is today, will help her become successful.

She is right in her thinking but the problem is, she wants her to become a boss, she doesn’t want Tracy to work for someone else.

She sends her to public school but feels guilty, there is private school just down the street, where she sees well off parents in their nice cars dropping off their kids.  Her commitment to Tracy’s future is unparalleled. She takes on a second job just so a private school education can be provided to Tracy.

Took her two years to save enough money for the tuitions.  Julie makes an appointment with the school, the headteacher spends half-hour telling her about the school. She explains why now is the good time to get Tracy into private school.

She gives Julie the stats from her research department. And she asserts why it’s in Julie’s best interest for Tracy to be in her school.

Julie was willing to pay any cost to make sure her daughter doesn’t fall into the rat race trap.  But she wanted Tracy to have the best education to become her own boss.

Julie: Do you teach business? 

Head Teacher: Yes, we teach kids computers says the headteacher.

Julie: No, but do you teach kids how to start a business? 

Head Teacher: No, we don’t do that, they are too young for that. 

Julie: From your past students, how many are running successful businesses right now?

Head Teacher: Not sure how many. 

That was the start of a quest that lasted a long time. She went to high school, college and universities in search of this question. And guess what, no one had any clue.  Some elite universities had stats on how many of their students find jobs but that’s where it ended.

If you had the chance to read The Skeptic’s Guide to American History, you will know – – The schooling system in America main purpose was built to instill discipline, not to nurture learning. Education was more about forming behavioural habits to enforce mental habits, not the other way around.

Here is the kicker – – when learning is about how to conform. Predictability is the superlative goal. Yes, you read it right. But your kids have unique minds, their own ways to learn and since the economy now wants something different, something unique, something creative. The education system alone can’t give you that.

The logic created by Horace Mann was and is still the same: The best man for the job. If your kids could compete and do well in school when their education ends and they graduate, chances are high – – they will be hired for a good job. If they were hired by a good company, their competing habits of competing from the school days would kick in and will eventually result in a pay increase or promotion. As your children keep getting those promotions, their earned income will increase and eventually one day some of them – – when they are old, reach financial freedom. Or in some cases even significant wealth!

You know this from your own encounter with education. You were lumped into groups rather than treated as individuals. This is because it makes “education” much easier, even if it does nothing for the individual student who doesn’t adapt well to the cookie-cutter system.

Try asking your kid “How did you do in your exam” most likely your kid Can’t say: he/she has to check out their classmates first! or must wait for the test to be marked. This is a corrosive mindset, which quickly eats away at your kids motivation and enthusiasm. Their entire world is defined between 0 and 100 and then summarised in 5 letters – – A being on the top end.

In reality, what is the number one enemy of Creativity? yes, you guessed it right. It is a Comparison.

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