Happy Lemonade Day!

Happy Lemonade Day!

Today on Lemonade day talk to you kids about Entrepreneurial Skills they need for their life.


Lemonade Day was founded in Houston, Texas by Lisa and Michael Holthouse in 2007. The aim of Lemonade Day is to teach children about starting and running their own business and to encourage them to try it for themselves. Lisa Holthouse was inspired to set up Lemonade Day by an incident from her childhood. She had wanted to buy a turtle as a pet and when her dad refused to pay for it, Lisa set up a lemonade stand outside her house to raise the money to buy the turtle herself. Lemonade Day aims to help children to do the same 


8 Entrepreneurial Skills Your Kids Need to Succeed in Life and Work

Most educators don’t teach the skills or emphasize the qualities needed to grow into an entrepreneurial role. As a parent, though, you have an opportunity to shape your child into a person who can face any challenge.

1. Resilience.

Many entrepreneurs face rejection on a daily basis. Resilience and the ability to push past setbacks is an important part of shaping many leaders. Help your children understand failure isn’t the end of the world. Encourage them to share their feelings and teach them the value of perseverance.

2. Innovation and creativity.

Society and technology continue to evolve and progress. It’s more crucial now than ever to teach children how to be creative and innovative. Help your children think outside the normal parameters by giving them room to play and explore. In fact, allowing them the freedom to create their own stories and narratives can help them become better communicators overall.

 

3. Industriousness.

Some of the most successful entrepreneurs work in the trenches at their companies. They aren’t afraid to do the grunt work because they understand it’s necessary for their businesses to take off. Help your children understand the value of hard work. Give them important responsibilities that do more than simply keep them busy.

4. Curiosity.

Elon Musk, Steve Jobs and Jonah Peretti all have one thing in common: curiosity. Each was trying to find a better alternative to the status quo or figure out how to improve systems already in place. Encourage your children to explore new hobbies, and show them how enjoyable reading can be.

 

5. Self confidence.

Entrepreneurship requires confidence in your ability to make it on your own. To feel comfortable taking calculated risks later in life, children need to believe in themselves from a young age. Motivate your children and supply them with plenty of assurance instead of making them feel guilty when they fail.

6. Empathy.

Nobody wants to work for someone who is entirely selfish. Developing empathy toward others will empower your children to positively affect those with whom they collaborate. Teach your children to look for the best in people at every opportunity.

7. Optimism.

An optimistic outlook gives many entrepreneurs hope that their visions will become reality. Inspire optimism in your children by sharing uplifting stories with them. When possible (and developmentally appropriate), bring them with you to seminars or other events that highlight individuals who have overcome adversity.

8. Giving back.

Understanding the value of giving back will help form your children into socially conscious individuals and entrepreneurs. Set a good example by volunteering for charitable organizations. Encourage your children to help those in need.

These eight skills foster a lifelong desire to continue learning and connect with others in pursuit of a larger purpose. They’re among the most important skills humans can develop at any age. It’s your responsibility to teach your children to work toward continuous self-improvement and envision ways they can be a positive influence in the world. Give them a good foundation, and they’ll be able to accomplish anything — even in a rapidly changing market.


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