They regularly forget the keys at home and call you to know when are you coming home when they are stuck outside the front door.
A device connected to their keychain that makes their mobile phone beep when they go outside the house without the keys.
If you think it’s important and your kids also seem to have an affinity to the subject, how would you go about it?
Have a site where all the important concepts, models, areas of interest and expertise, are explained in simple terms specifically for kids. Programs that take them from the basics to creating their own plans and executing on them give them tools to measure, evaluate and evolve.
For the tweens and teens, it’s an opportunity to see how working works and show they can do more. For retailers, it’s a chance for publicity and showing potential future workers it can be a good career.
Have the young adults apply for different jobs at the stores. Interview them and pick the ones that fit. Then train them little by little (could be a whole semester’s course), then have a day or a week when they operate the store (with not so visible supervision.)