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Best Entrepreneurial Mindset podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Entrepreneurial Mindset podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Raising Entrepreneurs: A Parent’s Guide to Fostering an Entrepreneurial Mindset focuses on equipping parents with strategies and tactics for raising kids who think and act entrepreneurially. Hosted by Tameka Montgomery, a mom on a mission to raise kids who are self-reliant and financially independent. In each episode, she explores topics related to being entrepreneurial and looks at them through a parental lens. Through conversations with experts, authors, parents and young entrepreneurs, sh ...
 
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I recently sat down with Anne Pasmanick with the podcast, Power Station. Anne and I talked about my journey into supporting entrepreneurship locally in Denver and then nationally as an appointee in the Obama Administration. Enjoy, Tameka MontgomeryBy Tameka Montgomery
 
Are schools preparing young people for the future of work? Andrew Yang, of Venture for America discusses the importance of redirecting talent and incentivizing young people to become our nation's next business owners and business builders. He wants to be the next President of the United States. Hear what he has to share with us. Enjoy, Tameka…
 
Christon “The Truth” Jones, was 8 years old when he wrote a book, as a way to deal with the bullying he was experiencing. That book led him on a journey of entrepreneurship, self-reliance, and financial literacy. Now he’s sharing what he’s learned with other young people. You're going to enjoy this interview. Check it out! Tameka…
 
Yasmine was 16 years old and was asked, “What pisses you off?” That one question has led her on a problem-solving journey as a social entrepreneur helping other young people get an education. Wait until you hear her story of the thing that pisses her off and what she decided to do about it. Enjoy, Tameka…
 
Brothers Matt and Jonny Zients share how a trip to South Africa inspired them to start Connect & Care, a non-profit mobile app that allows users to browse, learn about, and donate to 25 designated nonprofits from all around the world. Enjoy, TamekaBy Tameka Montgomery
 
What specific steps can you take to guide your child toward being a changemaker? In this episode I sum up the insights I gained from this month’s Changemaker series, by providing 4 simple steps that any parent can use to help connect a child’s interest toward making an impact in the world. Enjoy, Tameka…
 
Sixty percent of tomorrows jobs do not exist today. Social problems are outnumbering the solutions. In a world where change is the only constant – children need to practice changemaking and families play a crucial role in making this happen. In this episode 4 of our Change Maker series, Vipin Thekk of Ashoka offers strategies of what parents can do…
 
Mahika Halepete is a 16 years old changemaker. She started Ayana International, an organization to empower youth in developing countries to create sustainable solutions for their community. In this episode, Mahika and her mother Deepali share her journey and discuss why young people all over the world that they don’t have to wait until they are adu…
 
When Sophia Andrews was 13 years old, she took a mission trip to Kenya and fell in love with the country and the people. That first visit lit a spark in Sophia so much so that she has made it her life’s mission to improve the lives of kids in Kenya using the expression of dance. In this episode, Sophia shares her journey of becoming a changemaker. …
 
Meagan Warren is a 15-year- old young change-maker. When she was 11, she noticed that there were a lot of kids who did not have access to books, not even at their schools. She discovered that “book deserts” communities where those living there have fewer than 10 books in their home, exist all over. She sought to change that and launched Books for B…
 
Shobha Dasari loves words. She is a three-time competitor in the Scripps National Spelling Bee. She and her family have taken their love of words to create a company that helping other kids become master spellers. Enjoy the episode, TamekaBy Tameka Montgomery
 
A few years ago I came across the book, "Capitate Your Kids" by Dr. John Whitcomb. In the book, I learned an ingenious way to give my kids financial control and empower them to make wise financial decisions. In this episode, I give you a peek inside how I'm implementing this strategy with my son. Enjoy! Tameka…
 
Shante Nicole is the founder of Financial Common Cents where she teaches financial literacy and simple common-sense strategies to better manage your money. In this episode, she give some great tips for parents to teach kids about managing money. Enjoy, TamekaBy Tameka Montgomery
 
Kyla Guru observed that there was a lack of cyber security education for kids as well as adults. To fill this gap, Kyla launched a national non-profit, Bits and Bytes Cyber Security Education, which she started as a freshman in high school. Today as a junior in high school, Kyla’s organization offers curriculum and workshops for individuals between…
 
Shaan is the founder and CEO of PrepExpert, he successfully secured an investment from billionaire Mark Cuban, he’s the author and co-author of several books and he obtained is medical degree and MBA within one year of each other. When you consider what Shaan Patel has accomplished so early in life, you to wonder is he a genius, lucky, or just a ha…
 
Nicholas Benavides was a junior in high school when his frustration with the extracurricular business competitions led him to start his own. Today, Blue Ocean Entrepreneurship competition has grown from 12 local high schools to a national effort with more than 500 registrations from 23 states. Nicholas shares his entrepreneurial journey and how it …
 
Are schools effectively preparing kids for the real world? Young people have drive and passion that can be expressed now! Laurie Stach of LaunchX is helping kids harness their drive to launch real companies through a 4-week summer program. Enjoy, TamekaBy Tameka Montgomery
 
Khloe Thompson is an 11-year-old who has a heart for helping those who are suffering. When Khloe was 8 years old, she was moved to act when she saw a homeless woman on the street. Khloe decided to help in a way that she knew how; by providing handmade bags that included toiletry items. Today, Khloe is a social entrepreneur and philanthropist, helpi…
 
As John was finishing his last year of school, he observed that the options for individuals with differing abilities were very limited. At that moment, he declared that he wanted to go into business with his father. John’s love for crazy socks became the inspiration and motivation behind their company, John’s Crazy Socks. Two years later, John is t…
 
After a visit to the bank, when her father said no to the banker’s offer of a lollipop, seven year old Alina asked the question, “Why isn’t there a candy that’s good for you?” Her frustration with this problem, motivated her to find a solution and the creation of her candy empire, Zollipops. Listen to her story! Enjoy!…
 
Are you struggling with a kid who always leans towards the negative? Negative thinking can be a hindrance to forward action, and if it’s not put in check early, it can also become a habit. Dr. Willie Jolley, author and motivational speaker offers practical strategies parents can use to help kids develop a “Yes Attitude”. Enjoy the episode, Tameka…
 
Are you struggling with a child who constantly procrastinates? In this episode we speak with Dr. Joanne Foster, author of “Bust your Buts” and “Not Now, Maybe Later”, and an expert on motivation and procrastination in young people. This is a great episode. Enjoy, TamekaBy Tameke Montgomery
 
Tripp Phillips was given a choice: write an essay or come up with an invention. Honestly, what nine-year-old really wants to write an essay? He decided to try to invent something; but where and how to start? In this episode we talk with Tripp and his father Lee about his innovative solution to a common challenge experienced by kids playing with Leg…
 
We live in the “selfie generation”; with a prevailing attitude that it’s all about me. This perspective is absent of the idea of that we exist to make a difference in the world, that we don’t just exist for ourselves. An entrepreneurial mindset in rooted in having a strong sense of purpose. What is purpose? Our guest, Nathan Shaw describes it this …
 
I’m often asked, “What business should my kid start?” My response often begins with, “It depends…” In this episode, our guest offers great strategies to help parents guide kids toward this discovery. Julie Frieswyk is an educator, innovation enthusiast and program manager of the Diamond Challenge, a global entrepreneurship competition for high scho…
 
The only constant is the rapid exponential change that’s happening. Success is being able to thrive in this changing world. Mentor Dida, senior intrapreneur at Ashoka, shares thoughts on how to help young people find the power inside of themselves to create change for themselves and for others. Listen now! Tameka…
 
As a freshman in high school, Alisha Zhao saw that there was a lack of services focused on helping homeless youth reach their potential. In this episode, she shares her journey as a social change agent, who addressed a need by starting a student club and grew it into a viable organization. Enjoy the episode. Tameka…
 
Chloe, Sophie and Lily are sisters and business partners. At the ages of 5, 7, and 9 they launched, Sweet Bee Sisters selling lip balm made from bees wax. Nine years later the business continues to be a success, giving them financial independence while gaining essential tools for life. Enjoy the episode, Tameka…
 
Amara Leggett is a 17-year old entrepreneur, blogger, speaker and author who graduated from high school and completed her associate’s degree one week apart. In this episode she offers advice to young people on how to develop a strategy to make the impossible, possible. You will be amazed at the advice she offers. Enjoy! Tameka…
 
Kids are naturally creative. However, experiences within and outside of our control may affect their confidence in their creative ideas. Sally Madsen, a design thinker and instructor at the Stanford D. School offers advice on how parents can help children build creative confidence. Enjoy, TamekaBy Tameka Montgomery
 
Middle school instructor Jason Vest believes learning should challenge mindsets while also being fun. He set out to transform the classroom experience by introducing innovation, entrepreneurship, and design thinking to his students to equip them to creatively solve problems. His students love it! You should hear what he's doing. Check it out, Tamek…
 
What does it mean to be creative? For the entrepreneurial mindset, it means being able to solve problems in a new way. Monica Kang, author of “Rethink Creativity” expands our perspective on what it means to be creative and she offers strategies on how parents can make room to foster creativity within our children. Enjoy the episode, Tameka…
 
Motivated early by a need to see change, Mary Pat Hector was just 10 years old when she began advocating for social justice. By age 14 she had joined the staff of National Action Network. Today she is the National Youth Director of NAN and a rising senior at Spelman College. Compelled to change the political power structure, she recently ran for el…
 
Motivated by a desire to purchase an expensive lego kit, Jack Bonneau set up a lemonade stand at a farmer’s market. That summer he earned $2,000 in revenue and netted $900 in profit. But more than the money, he started an entrepreneurial journey that has taken him into the Shark Tank and on a mission to support other young entrepreneurs. Enjoy the …
 
Mason Wright may be only 12 years old, but he’s set his sights on attending Morehouse College. With the support of Morehouse College President, he’s set up a hot dog cart on Morehouse’s campus to earn money and save for college. Mason’s Super Dogs merges his love of hot dogs, super heroes and making money. You will enjoy this episode. Tameka…
 
While we know there is no entrepreneurship gene, Brett Bernstein showed early signs of having an entrepreneurial mindset. At 10 years old he identified an opportunity that allowed him to earn $3,000 in a single weekend! Listen to learn the top 5 skills kids must learn to be entrepreneurial. Wait until you hear his story! Enjoy, Tameka…
 
Ryan was just 3 years old when he declared that he had a recycling business. Now 6 years later, the business is still going strong and now he’s a passionate advocate for keeping the environment clean. He’s raised more than $10,000 to support marine life and has generated more than $40,000 in profit for his business. You're going to LOVE this kid. C…
 
Kemery Oparah is a young girl with a mission! Kemery loves all things Japanese and she wants to visit Japan to experience it all. However, with a price tag of $10,000, Kemery decided to start a business to raise the funds to take her entire family to Japan Enjoy the episode! Tameka MontgomeryBy Tameka Montgomery
 
Marcus Johnson is a father, an accomplished jazz musician and entrepreneur. His entrepreneurial journey began when he was a kid, encouraged by his parents to forge his own path to pursue the things he wanted. The song “God Bless the Child Who Has His Own”, he hates it. Wait until you hear why. Enjoy the episode. Tameka…
 
Cynthia Frazier has supported her grandson Izaiah’s entrepreneurial journey since he was 8 when he launched Dollar Chores for Sale. Now at age 14, Izaiah and Cynthia are helping other young entrepreneurs on their journey. Izaiah was just been named, 30 Under 30 for the California 47th Assembly District. Enjoy the episode, Tameka…
 
Nadya Okamoto was just 15 years old when her family experienced a brief period of homelessness. During that time, Nadya began speaking with other homeless women, and asked a simple question: “What’s most challenging about your living situation?” The response ignited within her a fervor to help homeless women deal with a common occurrence. Enjoy the…
 
Kim McGrigg has spent years coaching kids to think outside the box. Merging her interests in problem solving, entrepreneurship, and games, Kim created a fun and interactive game to encourage people young and old to be creative thinkers. Enjoy! TamekaBy Tameka Montgomery
 
Marc Steren is a father, successful entrepreneur, and instructor of entrepreneurship. He has been wildly successful teaching high school and college students how to build their own successful businesses. In this episode, he shares how teaches his students how to use empathy as the starting point to connecting with their customers. Listen and enjoy.…
 
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