Starting Kids on the Entrepreneurial Path
Kids and young adults have great imaginations that haven’t been ruined by growing up. Not knowing what the norm is for what can and can’t be done in business is an advantage. Spotting the entrepreneurial spark and nurturing it into a flame could be the best gift you can ever give them.
School and growing up seems to drain the creativeness and free thinking needed to come up with innovative ideas for products and businesses. We learn to lack drive and motivation, kids haven’t learned to be lazy and follow the crowd yet and there’s no reason they should.
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