By guest author Daniel Craig
I wasn’t your ideal homeschool kid. Believe me. In fact, you’ve probably heard the breathtaking stories of amazingly disciplined 10-year-old “wonder children” who wake up every morning eagerly waiting to propose their top 5 goals for the day, listed with A, B, C, D, and E priorities. Unfortunately for my mother, that wasn’t me.
Nevertheless, though I certainly wasn’t the homeschool poster-boy, Mom and Dad toiled continuously to instill in me the essential character qualities they knew would be paramount to my success in life.
For them, homeschooling had less to do with schooling and more to do with work ethic, good communication skills, and my desire to love, fear, and serve the Lord. With this approach, they gave me the foundation for successful entrepreneurship – long before entrepreneurship was even a consideration in my mind.