The most successful professionals starting learning business concepts at a very early age. Having these childhood experiences proved most valuable as adults. They grew up and entered the workforce leagues ahead of their peers in social skills, communication, and business acumen. Children are quick to learn from others and adapt to their environment, more so than any other age. Knowing this, we must ask ourselves an important question. If the best time to learn is during childhood, why there is a significant lack of business education tailored for children? Millions of children’s books are available for sale, however they are written on tales of a fantasy world where animals can speak, everyone is free from responsibility, and there is no conflict. As expected, these books add no value to a child’s development and may even paint an unrealistic viewpoint of the world.