Ever been amazed as their offspring 10 years old snatches of computer mouse hand and says, “No mom, this is done!” Happens to me every day! These kids were born in the Information Age. Unlike most adults, have an innate facility operated with keyboards and computers. We parents marvel and we buy Playstation, Nintendo, Wii and computer games everywhere. For older children there are the ever present social pages like Myspace and Facebook. They can spend hours stuck there. What about if you could channel this tremendous potential to an area more productive, for example, make money online? We adults have to “catch up” with the world in which our children will live. There are new horizons, new opportunities that did not exist in our time.

The Internet changed all the rules of the game. It is possible to reach anyone in any corner of the world through that small and insignificant computer which is sending you a couple of emails a day and where their children play daily. It is possible to turn that computer into an ATM. And their children have the skills and tools to do this. Why not learn along with them? I personally am not going to wait until the education system to catch up with the incredible opportunities that exist for young people today. There are many ways to create passive income that any student could dominate and create a source of income, even with a view toward financial independence. Many educators would be surprised if the curriculum of our children. We make videos with links to affiliates, we design websites, we study the stock market in the computer and write articles to sell products over the Internet. I’m sure this way our children receive a cutting-edge education that will prepare them well for the twenty-first century world, regardless of the profession you choose for your future. Because the Internet is here to stay.

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