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Lullabies For Baby Entrepreneurs

It’s never too early for parents to teach their child the importance of a business plan

Kyrie Gray
Nov 15 · 2 min read

You’ve just had your first child. Congratulations! Now it’s time to worry. Not about the little things, like diapers and food. You need to think about the big picture. Namely how you’ll help your bundle of joy build a successful business. Singing encouraging, but informative, lullabies is a good way to kickstart your child’s love of startup culture.

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Up little baby,
no time to sleep.
Momma’s got an early
routine to keep.
And if this baby
can’t wake up,
momma’s gonna buy him
a coffee cup.
And if that coffee
he don’t like,
momma’s gonna buy him
an indoor bike.
Being a morning
baby is key,
to running your
future company

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Rock-a-bye baby,
in pre-k class.
Momma will help you
so baby will pass.
Soon interviews
for school will start.
In will get baby
or he’ll break mommy’s heart.

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Lean in, lean in
sweet baby.
Soon you’ll be a
boss lady.
You’ll hire workers
from afar.
And fire workers
whose work
is subpar.
Lean in, lean in
sweet baby.
Soon you’ll be a
big boss lady.

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Are you working?
Are you working?
Baby John.
Baby John.
You must finish your macaroni creation,
Lest you lose to the competition,
Baby John.
Baby John.

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Freelancer, comedian, and illustrator. Writes humor, practical advice, and about life. Check out Jane Austen’s Wastebasket for most of my funny scribbles.

Jane Austen’s Wastebasket

Humor inspired by the literature, history, and other non-lucrative college courses

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