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teaching hawaii's kEIKI TO start their own businesses

Hawaii Biz Kids

Daynin Dashefsky was the Founder of GFI Associates and The Inventor's World Network as well as an Inventor and Entrepreneur herself. In addition she is the owner and head instructor of Kahala Jiu Jitsu & Self Defense, Hawaii's first and only female-owned Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Self Defense school in Hawaii. 

Having successfully brought her “2 Cool Fashion” storage Care’rousels and No Fly Zone inventions to market, Daynin has single-handedly solicited and secured contracts for her products to be sold at Wal-Mart, FAO Schwartz, Sam’s Club, Zany Brainy, Toys-R-Us, AFFES (Military Exchanges), Watson’s Drug Stores (Hong Kong), Long’s Drug Stores, Framacia El’ Amal (Puerto Rico), and Lillian Vernon catalogs to name a few.

She has lead many local and national seminars teaching Inventors and Entrepreneurs how to utilize her do-it-yourself materials from her Inventor’s Starter Tool Kit, a 9 DVD series that teaches the step by step process of bringing a product to market. She has helped thousands of people realize their dreams and attain their goals.

Now she is about to launch her most exciting project to date, Hawaii Biz Kids. “I’ve always dreamed of creating a program designed specifically to teach children how to start thinking like an entrepreneur at an early age” said Dashefsky. “I want to inspire the whole person - Mind, Body, and Spirit.  My goal is to inspire children's hearts and creativity so that they could learn how to make money doing what they love”.  Hawaii Biz Kids launched it's prototype program last year and the results were astounding.  Testimonies from parents were amazing (You can view testimonies on our Testimony tab above) .  In order for us to create a program that will truly focus on your child and his/her abilities, we must limit our sessions to only 15 children per class.  This is your child's opportunity to be among Hawaii's pioneers as a Hawaii Biz Kid.


(Registration will be on a first come first serve basis)

Daynin Dashefsky