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Shaquille O'Neal asks only one thing of his children - "to be educated".
In this week's edition of the magazine, the NBA legend explains that when it comes to his kids, he wants them to prove themselves through hard work.
"I don't care what you are because when done right I believe in nepotism."
O'Neal hopes that when the day comes when he "checks into the nursing home," his children will "continue what I started" and continue to contribute to the "generational wealth" he's created throughout his career.
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Myles O'Neal, Shaquille O'Neal, Shareef O'Neal and Shaqir O'Neal attend the 2018 NBA Awards Show at Barker Hangar on June 25, 2018 in Santa Monica, California.
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"I'm caring, I'm funny. I'm honest - and I teach by example," he says of his parenting style. "I can tell my kids to get an education, but I'm the role model." O'Neal says his kids are "a lot smarter" than he is and better able to do well in school. "I did it and I'm not that smart."
The NBA on TNT analyst's kids are lucky to have a father who is so well connected across many industries, but O'Neal says his kids need to prove themselves to him before he gets involved.
"When it comes time to do something, we're going to do it like you have to do it in the real world," O'Neal says, telling his kids.
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Some of these requirements include a "CV" and a "Business Plan" and "Numbers" to support their idea. "If I like it, I'll do it. I'll point you in the direction of someone to do it, and you're on your way."
O'Neal and his ex-wife Shaunie Henderson share five children: sons Shareef and Shaqir and daughters Amirah and Me'arah, and Myles, Shaunie's son from a previous relationship. O'Neal also has a daughter, Taahirah, with his former girlfriend Arnetta Yardbourgh.
Shaquille O'Neal, Shareef O'Neal attend the 19th Annual Harold And Carole Pump Foundation Gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel
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O'Neal previously said he felt "embarrassed" when he couldn't help his son write a resume. "When I was trying to help my son fill out a resume, I had to call someone ... I couldn't."
O'Neal continued, "I'm grateful because I realize that the position I'm in in life is a happy position. I've never had a real job in my life."

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