A article I wanted to share.....✨ 1. Teach Them the Value of Hard Work
You can teach your children the value of hard work through reward systems, payment systems, or by simply praising them. Show them what it means to work hard, and when you do nice things as a family, make sure they know you’re able to do those things because of hard work.
2. Encourage Their Creative Ideas
Adults always seem to lose the excitement, fun, and imagination that kids have, so while your kids are young, harness it. Help them see that every idea they have is an opportunity to turn it into something greater. Many of the most successful entrepreneurs in existence have tried and failed numerous times in business.
3. Talk to Them About the Everyday Items and Services They See
When you go to the grocery store, bring cash and ask your child to count out the cash and collect the change. When you fold laundry, explain to them that someone had to invent the washing machine and then form a business to sell those washing machines to consumers. Everything in your home, from your mattress to the food in your refrigerator came from a business. If your children start to understand the world as a series of businesses then they can brainstorm and think about a way to contribute or add to that themselves.
4. Push Them to Try, Try, and Try Again
Picking yourself back up after you fall is a lesson every entrepreneur has to know and deal with daily. Make sure your kids know that mistakes are OK, whether they lose a big game or their lemonade stand fails on a Sunday morning. As long as your kids know that one setback doesn’t mean they should quit .
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