The fact is that all parents want their children to be successful, confident and happy. A lot of us agree that the traditional school system has many flaws, and sometimes even prevents our kids from expressing creativity and discovering their passions.
If you agree, you will love this interview with Jeff Sandefer. He co-founded Acton Academy with his wife Laura, as the solution to the problem of schooling their children, whereas they would learn the essential skills required to find their calling and make a difference in the world. The academy was a success, and now teaches children at over 100 locations. Over the last fifteen years, he has worked with entrepreneur-teachers to build a nationally acclaimed entrepreneurship program, winning numerous teaching honors in the process. He is convinced that the world today doesn’t need more clerks and factory workers, but rather entrepreneurs and people who think. If you want to know how to raise entrepreneurial children, listen to this episode!
Hi everybody, this is Warrior Family and I’m Smillion Mori. My friends, you are all here because you believe that we can create and live the life worth living, but in order to do this we have to do something about it. And my goal within his show is to bring you friends, guests, experts, to introduce you to their belief system, their strategies, their hacks, that can help you become a better person, better parent, better businessman, a better friend, and create and live the life worth living. Today I have a special guest, his name is Jeff Sandefer. Lives, he lives a dual life as an entrepreneur and a socratic guide. As an entrepreneur, he founded his first company at age 16, and went on to found or co, and co, co-found seven successful businesses at age 16. As a socratic teacher at the University of Texas, Jeff’s students five times voted him the school’s outstanding teacher, and ‘Businessweek’ named him one of the top entrepreneurship professors in America. Jeff went onto co-found the ‘Acton School of Business’, an MBA program ranked by the ‘Princeton Review’ among the best in the nation. In 2012, ‘The Economist’ honor him as one of the top 15 business school professors in the world. Jeff is a graduate of the ‘Harvard Business School’ where he served for over 20 years on the school’s governing committees. He was a long time director of the ‘Philanthropy Roundtable’ and ‘National Review’ magazine, and one of the youngest member ever elected to the ‘Texas Business Hall of Fame’.