Reflecting on Cameron Herold’s Youth Entrepreneurship Call to Action

By Natasha L. Foreman, MBA So I am still pumped up from viewing the Cameron Herold TEDTalks video. See, Cameron did not know it but he was speaking about me as much as he was speaking about himself. He was speaking about the very things I am and have always been passionate about. He shared … Continue reading Reflecting on Cameron Herold’s Youth Entrepreneurship Call to Action

Teaching Children to Become Entrepreneurs NOW

By Natasha L. Foreman As an entrepreneur I find the TEDTalks session with Cameron Herold right on point and aligned with the vision of those parents who encourage and expose their children to business ownership early in their lives, like my father exposed and encouraged me. Herold's points also reinforce what Operation HOPE is actively … Continue reading Teaching Children to Become Entrepreneurs NOW

Youth Entrepreneur: 9-Year Old Boy Sells Lemonade to Help Detroit’s Financial Woes

Nine year old Joshua Smith is on a mission to help save his home city of Detroit by selling lemonade, punch, popcorn, and anything else tasty he can think of for around $1.50---with a goal to help with Detroit's current financial woes, and to hopefully see a park erected in his neighborhood soon. So far … Continue reading Youth Entrepreneur: 9-Year Old Boy Sells Lemonade to Help Detroit’s Financial Woes

Business Blast From the Past: Pitching

One of many great things about the Internet, is the ability to retrieve data and archival articles using a Search Engine. Below is a link to a 2007 Forbes article The Art Of The Business Pitch that shares with business professionals and those who aspire to enter the arena as entrepreneurs or spring-loaded corporate intrapreneurs, … Continue reading Business Blast From the Past: Pitching