These Entrepreneurs Loved It!
“Inspires young dreamers to find the courage to be doers.” — Jerry Greenfield, Co-Founder, Ben & Jerry’s
“A book for all ages, What Does It Mean To Be An Entrepreneur? distills the very essence of the entrepreneurial spirit. Each page engages the reader to reflect and dig deeper into the journey of an entrepreneur, thereby discovering the complexity and demands required to travel this path. DiOrio and Dryden capture the emotional, physical, and intellectual rigor of entrepreneurship in this wonderfully illustrated book which is sure to entice and inspire all inquiring minds about being an entrepreneur.” — Shamini Dhana, Founder and CEO, Dhana Inc.
“This book is a fabulous and insightful way to teach entrepreneurship to all ages. I love it!” — Lily Kanter, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Serena & Lily
“The word “entrepreneur” may feel distant to some, but this book makes entrepreneurial values accessible to children at a personal level. Its elegantly expressed concepts and superb imagery make it a tool I’m thrilled to have as I teach my children its essential message.” — Barrett Ward, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, fashionABLE
Winner of Two Awards
Great Stories. Core Values.
Emotional Intelligence: Multiple Points of View, Self-Aware, Be Present
Character Development: Be Curious, Be the Solution, Empowered, Be Resilient, Be Responsible, Communicate, Be a Leader
STEAM: Science, Technology
International Baccalaureate Learner Profile: Risk-Taker, Inquirer, Knowledgeable, Communicator