Children make great entrepreneurs which can help them learn important financial, business and life skills. These skills will help them throughout their lives. Children’s minds are unpolluted by the limits that we place on ourselves, leaving them open to learning new concepts. By putting these concepts into practice, it isn’t hard to understand just how quickly they adapt and become great in their area of interest. The fears that are found in a lot of adults when starting a new business venture is, in general, not found in children.
You see a lot of children learning ways and methods for starting their successful business. How many times have you heard “if I had this much money I could buy that?” Their minds are beginning to churn with ideas for how they can make the money that is needed. They begin to think like entrepreneurs and can be very creative coming up with some unique ideals to grow.
We are always hearing about how some child is making their goal a reality. They get excited and when this happens those around them get excited. This is important to helping them grow, strengthening the learning process, and helping children to be successful in business as well as life. One example, Cameron Johnson started his business at age 9 by age 12 he sold his sister’s beanie baby collection for a $50,000 profit. By the age of 15 he was the youngest American to be elected to a Tokyo board of directors.
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