For all entrepreneurs, starting a business is a big deal as it involves critical decisions making that can’t be taken lightly.
It requires an understanding of all parts; Hiring, firing, managing clients decisions and maintaining online visibility for the growth of the business.
However, as entrepreneurs we need to draw the line between raising a child with entrepreneurial qualities and raising a child entrepreneur.
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From most of the stories shared on the blog this week, we see Kids gaining experience of the real world. Kids with dreams and they doing all to achieve this big dreams but they shouldn’t be pushed into something they’re not ready for.
Hastiness is not conducive for a happy and successful future. In real life, we have seen lots of people who ventured into careers in Accounting, Law, Music but on the long run they quit because it is someone else’s dream for their lives.
A young person being raised to be entrepreneurial will likely progress well in whatever career path they take. The economy needs solution providers, leaders and thinkers. It needs effectiveness, resourcefulness and resilience, and that will never change.
Raising entrepreneurial kids means applying wisdom and fun in building our kids mindset to dreaming big, creating endless solution, and an working on getting to the top.
Incorporate in them the entrepreneurial skills in a risk-free environment; at home, in school or during trips out.
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Be their biggest fan and look for ways to grow confidence, resourcefulness and resilience.
Work on their challenges together, teach them how to access risk and ways of making decisions.
Give them tasks to work on and develop their sense of ownership and independence.
Take them to stores, allow them order things online, teach them price mastery and build their confidence to do anything in the out side world.
An entrepreneurial kid doesn’t not necessarily need to start a business as a teenager, to become the richest adult but Instead they should have the understanding and confidence of providing solutions to problems around them.
Being an entrepreneur isn’t for everyone, It must be chosen rather than forced.