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- Many of the world’s richest people and most recognizable business moguls are also parents.
- They raise their kids just like everyone else, but with billions of dollars to do so.
- Education is usually a priority: Bill Gates sent his children to the private school he graduated from, and Elon Musk’s five sons attend a secret school founded by their father.
Most kids face the same problems growing up, but some do so with a billionaire parent.
When not running their tech company and managing other executives, many of the world’s richest people and most recognizable business moguls have the universal job of taking care of their children.
The kids of the richest business moguls have many of the same experiences as everyone else. They go to school, relax on vacation, date, and eventually have children and careers of their own.
However, they may also attend secret schools, pursue expensive hobbies like riding horses, or head up their father’s charity organization — less than ordinary experiences that make their childhood the opposite of average.
Mark Cuban is a father to three children — Alexis, Alyssa, and Jake.
Cuban and his wife, Tiffany, keep family time fun. Last summer, the Cuban family took a vacation to Disneyland.
Cuban has admitted that it is difficult to get his children off their phones. He limits Netflix time for his kids and has instituted a technology curfew.
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