“Our dreams have to be bigger. Our ambitions higher. Our commitment deeper. And our efforts greater,” said Dhirubhai Ambani, one of the doyens of Indian business world and a classic example of 'rags to riches'.
Entrepreneurship is a trait that can be instilled in children. Some of the the things parents can do are teach their child to grasp things quickly, be confident, self-reliant, flexible and focused, reflect on his thoughts, give attention to details and manage people and resources. Working on developing all these skills will eventually bring out the entrepreneur in your child.
Children are very imaginative and once they start receiving the right guidance, they will come up with creative ideas of their own. So, parents and teachers have to include activities at home and at school to develop and encourage such qualities in every child.
“I don’t think it’s a coincidence that some of the most successful entrepreneurs were B students who later dropped out of college. As mentioned before, non-college graduate entrepreneurs include Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Richard Branson, Larry Ellison, just to name a handful,” wrote Kyle Racki in his article ‘Why Kids Should Be Taught Entrepreneurship Early On’ published on proposify.biz.
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Kids have the tendency to think ingeniously at any time.With such creative ideas, it’s no wonder that recent generations are coming up with new ideas for the public so frequently. We need to start raising our kids to be entrepreneurs.
It’s clear the world needs more innovation and more entrepreneurs. And the skills of entrepreneurship are also good life skills. So how can we foster an entrepreneurial spirit in kids to nurture that next generation of doers and dreamers?
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The desire and skills to be a successful entrepreneur can be recognised early in a person’s life. Many young people realise the value of hard work, creativity, and effective marketing in their own way and try to relay those skills into profit.
From bow ties to smartphone apps for skiing, five young entrepreneurs explain how they got their business off the ground, and the importance of money management.