August 2013 Schoolhouse Expo- David Stelzl: Starting a Business in High School
Starting a business can be one of the most rewarding training grounds there is. Business schools would have you believe that an MBA is required but this simply is not true.
Starting a business can be one of the most rewarding training grounds there is. Business schools would have you believe thatan MBA and years of experience are required before even attempting such a thing, but this simply is not true. Many successful businesses you frequent, were started by people just like you and me. Find out what it takes, and get started. This fact is, our education system was designed to keep young people from being productive early on in life – and it shows. Find out the four basic needs people have, four things people will always buy, and how to build, market, and sell your product. You just might be the next coffee chain or software brand.
David Stelzl has been home schooling alongside his wife for over twenty years. After getting intimately involved, he has come to believe that there is so much more out there for families willing to take seriously the raising of children. He believes God’s ways work and that the potential of a discipleship-based homeschool program can lead to much more than graduation and a job. Described as a visionary and out-of-the-box thinker, David teaches individuals and families how to escape mediocrity through a program he and his family call, Raising Entrepreneurs. With a passion for helping people reach their potential by avoiding traditional school and corporate indoctrination, David is leading a movement to inspire people to use their God-given gifts and passions to their fullest, and to pursue their highest calling.