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Generations of kids have learned how to run a business by working summers (or weekends) at lemonade stands.

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The lemonade stand is such a ubiquitous experience for children to learn about money that it has become many children’s first class in salesmanship. Millions of children and teenagers get their first taste of work selling lemonade (before graduating to delivering newspapers, babysitting, and mowing lawns.)

I’m no lemonade expert, but I do know a thing or two about business. And while the lemonade stand may be an obvious way to teach kids how to set prices and work with customers —…

Daniel Steban

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