Start building a talent focus for your child by using the environment you are in. This means use the tools, assets, personal connections, and geography that you have on hand rather than waiting for tools or time you can’t afford today. Create a Talent Statement that will focus your child to act on his first 100 hours of talent building. At the end of the 100 hours, modify the Talent Statement to reflect your child’s increasing skill set and newly discovered opportunities. Keep modifying and refocusing the talent as you uncover your child’s growing potential.