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Help your daughter develop the habit of comparison-shopping.  Once she has earned her money and decides on a purchase, say a new pair of rollerblades, teach her to defer the purchase for at least 24 hours until she has all the information.  With the Internet it's easy! Take her to the store to see the rollerblades, then go home and search the Internet for better prices.  Be sure to check for online coupons and other deals.  She'll learn to get that "winners high" from landing the best deal.  Plus, your teaching deferred gratification, a value that is fast diminishing among today's children.


Takeaway: As parents, we can't leave it to schools, media or culture to instill and nurture hard work and entrepreneurship in our children. But it's ultimately our job as the main influencers in our child's life.  The good news is that it's not rocket science!  These are simple, easy ideas any parent can implement. 

Five Ways to Raise a Little #MsLIBREReal Empowerment:  Teaching our Daughters the Value of Hard Work, Self-Reliance & Entrepreneurship


In an era of child entitlement and instant gratification, parents can bring back values that virtually guarantee your daughter access to The American Dream.  


It's often overlooked that Hispanics start businesses at three times the national average. Nonetheless, children of all races and socio-economic backgrounds are losing touch with the American values of hard work and earned success. LIBRE advocates for policies that advance economic empowerment in U.S. Hispanic communities and protect the values that promote hard work and self-reliance as the path to true independence and prosperity. 


LIBRE launched the social media campaign #MsLIBRE to celebrate Hispanic women as beautiful, entrepreneurial, self-reliant and powerful as a counter campaign to President Obama's "Life of Julia" campaign- which featured a woman dependent on the government from cradle to grave. #MsLIBRE will not stand for that- Through this social media campaign, we empower women- not trap them in dependency -and we must teach the next generation the same values!


#MsLIBRE understands the value of teaching these principles to our little ones, and with that in mind, our video segments "How to raise a little #MsLIBRE" provide parents with easy and practical advice for raising and empowering the next generation of entrepreneurs.  While our campaign is aimed at Hispanic girls, our message of economic liberty, self-reliance and earned success is for all kids, regardless of age and gender because the American Dream is still alive for all who work hard and dream big!