Do you find it difficult to explain to your kids what an Entrepreneur does? Entrepreneurial curriculum is rarely a part of the formalized education system in the USA, so exposing your kids to Entrepreneurship will likely be a process you begin at home. Some say its never too late, but we say its never too early to introduce your kids to entrepreneurship by fostering “Kidpreneurs.”
Some of the best products came from wild ideas, so don’t put your parental brain limitations on your kids, let them dream big. Then move to step two.
So they have big dreams and ideas, show them how to formalize those goals with a paper and pencil, or typed out on the tablet. Focused goal setting teaches accountability
Entrepreneurs think different. Coach them when they fail or have set-backs to always bring a set of optimistic eyes to the issue to find opportunity.
Starting Your Kidpreneur writing their first business plan now may sound extreme, however a simple outline will help them learn structure. Create your own or refer to the examples in the free book at KidpreneursBook.com
Support your kids startup dreams by investing in them. Don’t just give them money, assign dollar amounts for extra jobs your kids could help with around the house, go over the parameters just like a client and at the end, review their service. Start them off early with the business process in a fun and exciting way by getting the Kidpreneurs Book