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3 Things I Learned Growing Up In a Family of Entrepreneurs

We are all, to some degree, the products of our environment. Research conducted by UCLA and the American Academy of Pediatrics, for example, finds that children whose parents are more educated tend to perform more successfully in school themselves. Another indicative guide for predicting a child’s academic success, according to [...]
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