The Entrepreneur in Each Child

Every child has the potential to be an entrepreneur. And, entrepreneurial skills are basically nothing bur life skills.
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Contrary to popular thinking, entrepreneurial skills are not necessarily innate, but that they can be taught. The current educational system neither imparts life skills nor does it foster creativity. In fact, children are taught to focus on tasks in a set manner adhering to stipulated guidelines. Such kind of definite solution related learning does nothing but hamper enhancing life skills like independent thinking and creativity.

Young ones are blessed with the ability to dream and moreover believe in their dreams. Such strong is their belief that it enables them to push forward relentlessly, sometimes with a little motivation, to achieve their dreams. They have a solid confidence in their own abilities and a belief that anything is possible.

Exposing children to entrepreneurship enables them to develop skills like creative thinking, accountability, responsibility, networking, respecting money, fearlessness and problem-solving abilities to name a few.

When these traits are actively encouraged, it leads young children to develop their innate skills. This, in turn, helps them realize their personal potential and give them the grounding for a fulfilling career in later life. These life skills are a very important facet of an individual’s character whether they choose to become employers or employees.

The World over there are many successful kid entrepreneurs. And, parents played a very important part in their becoming successful.

Enroll your child’s name for program named “Entrepreneurial Peekabo launched by International Centre for Entrepreneurship and Technology  for more details, drop an email on info@icreate.org.in

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