A Little Background: How and Why

There’s a better way to get kids (and adults) to think bigger, think about their future, think globally and it can start with something as simple as a board game. The reality is, we live in a globally connected world. Unfortunately, too many entrepreneurs and the way we teach entrepreneurship, leave this very real part of business out of the conversation.

Entrepreneurship – The Board Game

Leah Goold-Haws grew up with a serial entrepreneur father who ran businesses in hardware, sportswear, specialty food, airport gift shops, and signage among others. He would recruit his children to help him in his endeavors, working for the family business. Now, as a mother of three teenage kids, Goold-Haws – an entrepreneur in her own right – is taking steps teach her own kids (and everyone else’s) a thing or two about how to make a startup pop… Read More