This is one of the most challenging economic times since the Great Depression. During the Depression, 90 percent of people lived on farmable land and lived an entrepreneurial lifestyle. Families made extra money with paper routes, piano lessons, selling milk, etc. Only 10 percent lived in urban settings working for someone else as their sole form of income. In today’s world, those percentages are reversed. Are we setting up our kids for this conveyer belt life or teaching them something more—entrepreneurship?