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The Value of Incorporating Our Kids Into Our Entrepreneurship w/Avi Arya

It is common to think that starting your own business will take time away from your children, but many of the most accomplished entrepreneurs will tell you that nothing is more fulfilling than taking the entrepreneurial journey with their children. 

It’s a powerful opportunity for us to create something that is special and valuable, while also teaching our kids powerful tools like resilience, problem-solving, creativity, and discipline. 

By building a business with them, we give our families something they will carry with them well into adulthood. I’m joined today by a father who has done just that, along with his two daughters. 

How did they create a business as a family? What are the most valuable lessons they’ve learned along the way? How can we create an entrepreneurial environment in our homes, especially with lockdowns? In this episode, I talk to Avi Arya and his daughters Raya and Aviana who share their incredible story.

What you create with your family creates long-lasting value. -Avi Arya 

 

3 Things We Learned From This Episode

 

  1. How entrepreneurship teaches valuable life skills
    Practicing entrepreneurship with our children teaches them more than just the practical skills of running a business. It shows them the power of problem solving and how to be resilient. It helps them to see that there’s always a solution.
  2. The beauty of combining family and business
    Incorporating our children into our entrepreneurship brings so much meaning to what we do. Our work becomes a true labor of love and the perfect combination of work and family. This makes for a more fulfilling and rewarding endeavor.
  3. The link between entrepreneurship and positive impact
    At the core of our entrepreneurial endeavors is our desire to help others. Our children can do the same through inspiring their friends and peers to love themselves and be confident in themselves. This is such an important message for young and old alike. 

Guest Bio- 

Avi Arya is an entrepreneur and the father of 2 beautiful girls, who he runs a business with. He is a streetcar racer, turned hotelier, and now a social media marketer. He is the founder of the Internet Moguls and the author of the ‘Internet Moguls of the World’. Avi’s business with his daughters Raya and Aviana includes a podcast, a YouTube channel, an online summit, and a coffee table book.  

Visit Avi Online: Instagram / YouTube / Facebook / Facebook Group / Book on Amazon

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