(EP36) Worldschooling | Completing Vs. Competing | Jaina Jordan
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Today, more families than ever are experimenting with “worldschooling,” the new way of homeschooling that encourages kids to learn from the world around them by taking “school” with them wherever they go. As of this year, the Jordans are one of those families!

 

“Am I going to compete, or am I going to complete?” As the wife of a trailblazing entrepreneur, Jaina has found her own way to integrate her and her kids’ needs with Rick’s unstoppable forward momentum—in a way that allows them all to grow together in the same direction.

Today’s insights from this modern family:

  • What led to Rick and Jaina transitioning to homeschooling, or “worldschooling,” their three kids
  • The public school system was created for the industrial era; it has not caught up with this global economy
  • There’s a difference between being an entrepreneur and being a business owner
  • What happened when Jaina shifted her mindset from competing with Rick to completing the family. All the clarity and peace she gained didn’t come without pushback from others

 

The Straight Truth: if you’re going to launch a business, it should not just be a job: the purpose of starting a company is to support more people than just yourself.

The One Thing (Jaina): If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, embrace your unconventional way of life. Do what you know is best for you and your family.

 

Episode References:

(EP03) Balance is Stupid - All In with Rick Jordan

All In Growth Conference

Article on the overuse of the word entrepreneur

Creative Media Group - Digital Marketing

 

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