Good to Know: Lighting your child’s entrepreneurial flame


By Kirsten Adshead/motherbility

Want to encourage your children’s go-get-’em spirit? Being an entrepreneur yourself helps. But there are specific steps you can take to nurture your children’s entrepreneurial spark. Also in today’s Good to Know:  There’s a new start-up accelerator in (Madison) town, and why starting a “side hustle” could be your very best investment.

How to teach kids to be entrepreneurs: Don’t let your kids be lazy, and other tips to encourage them to dream big and follow through.

Madison space adapts mission to fit authors’ needs:  A year ago, Mary Morgan opened 702WI as a co-working space for authors. But she’s shifted her focus — as entrepreneurs often do — in order to provide the space her clients actually need.

Doyenne launches new start-up accelerator: The Doyenne Group, which supports women entrepreneurs, has launched a new accelerator that focuses on long-term training. Doyenne selects a group of entrepreneurs and coaches them for a full year. Applications for the next group are due by Tuesday, March 20.

Investing in yourself: The benefits of a side hustle: Maybe you don’t have to rely on someone else for more money, greater happiness and a schedule that fits your life. Maybe you can do it yourself.

Good to Know appears every Monday highlighting women- and business-related news, events, tidbits and tips from around the Internet. Happy Monday!


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