On your journey to starting a family business, there are few things as important as including your children in the process. Our kids learn from example, and it’s our job to show them how to create and maintain generational wealth. That’s why we sat down with Bruce and Lindsey VanZyl to chat with them about making a business successfully.
When you work from home, time management skills are extremely important. This is doubly true when you’re just starting a small business and want to manage your time so that you aren’t consumed by work. Time management is such an important aspect of business to our Rainmaker families– after all, we got into this so that we could build wealth while spending time with our families!
But when you’re starting a small business, it can be hard to know what it means to spend your time most effectively.
Here are some of our best time management tips to help you develop good time management skills that will let you maximize your family time while still developing and growing your business.
Sometimes it feels like creativity isn’t valued nearly as much as other skills. But if you’re a creative person who’s willing to take the plunge and push the envelope, you can take your creative skills to the next level and turn them into a business.
As business owners and as people, we need to belong to a community. But if you only have a competitive mindset, you will find yourself struggling to make connections and will feel isolated. Getting out of your comfort zone and actually taking that first step into a community can be really challenging.
Today, we’re going to talk about how you can leave your comfort zone and step into a world of intentional community where you and other entrepreneurs can help each other to grow.
As parents, one of our biggest hopes is that our children live better lives than we do. It’s the whole goal of our podcast: creating generational wealth and habits that will nurture a brighter, more financially stable future.
Above all, the best thing we can do for our kids is to teach them the tools they need to succeed. Perhaps the most important of these tools is an entrepreneurial mindset. Join us, the Rainmaker family, as we chat with Jasmyn Yu about nurturing your children’s natural imagination and turning those ideas into wealth
It’s no secret that our Rainmaker Families are all about dropshipping. But dropshipping in and of itself doesn’t have to be the end goal of your business. When you create a dropshipping business, you have two options:
First, you can grow it to a level that you can handle and rely on it for moderate passive income that will help build your family’s wealth. But if you want to take it further, you can scale up your business to create a company that you can eventually sell for a substantial profit.