Leah Goold-Haws grew up with a serial entrepreneur father who ran businesses in hardware, sportswear, Mexican food, airport gifts and others. He would recruit his children to help him in his endeavors. Now, as a mother of three teenage kids, 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. Goold-Haws’ latest venture, Know Opportunity —a board game that puts players in control of their own startups…continue reading

Author Zoe Henry recaps a handful of the most relevant board games to get young entrepreneurs started on their journey to discovering the tips, tricks, and options of how and why to start an entrepreneurial journey. https://www.inc.com/zoe-henry/top-4-board-games-for-aspiring-entrepreneurs.html

Leah Goold-Haws hopes to change the economic outlook of small communities. And she’s doing it one student at a time, bootstrapping her own small business to teach kids about bootstrapping entrepreneurship. Up the I-5 in northern California, drivers en route from Los Angeles to Portland know Redding as the last chance to order a Double-Double from In-n-Out Burger. As visitors make their way off the freeway, they’ll funnel down Dana Drive, past Red Lobster, Olive Garden, Target, a super-sized Walmart, and …