Written by Marsha Friedman for LewRockwell.com.
Mark, a hugely successful businessman by any measure, got his start at just 9 years old. He earned enough money to buy his own clothes, his bicycles and, eventually, to pay his way through college. He says that kind of success is available to any creative, industrious child today.
And, wow, kids need that sort of experience now more than ever. With a rapidly changing world economy that is no longer rewarding traditional paths to success, young people will need to become innovative, resourceful and resilient adults. There’s no better time to start honing those qualities than now.
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