- short, easy-to-read chapters written conversationally to the student
- lots of encouragement and ideas - and examples of other students who have been successful
- presented from a Biblical standpoint - for example, the chapter on start-up financing emphasized what the Bible says about avoiding debt. Throughout the book and workbook, Biblical views on finances, stewardship, and ethical practices are referenced.
- very practical and down-to-earth
- usually I prefer school materials in printed format because it's just easier to use, in my opinion. In this case, I think having the workbook in eBook format was better because we could print multiple copies of something like the initial business brainstorming pages so the kids could get lots of ideas down on paper and start working several of them through.
- I noticed that the ideas for starting up a website included information suggesting setting up a blog on a site that no longer supports individual blogs (as far as I know).
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