Photographer's Note

I'd made this capture last summer on a road side in Sile's main market street at the Black Sea shores (75 km's east of Istanbul).

This little boy and his sister displayed some old books and toys on the road side and tried to sell them !
With other words business making is a matter of skill and it starts in early years.

Don’t want your child to spend the summer watching TV, playing video games or complaining that there’s nothing to do?
A summer business can be a fun way to encourage creativity and confidence.
These business ventures aren't really about making money. In fact, if extra income is the priority for the summer, a job is the safer route. But starting a business provides an invaluable life experience for kids, plus it develops very practical skills like organization, money management, problem solving and communication.
If your budding entrepreneur shows interest in starting a business this summer, here are a few tips to help make the experience a positive one:
1. Choose a business. Let them pursue their passion.
It’s important that your child is passionate about what he or she is doing.

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