Some grown-ups never consider becoming an entrepreneur. They see it as a risk. They don’t have the confidence that leaping requires. They have been talked out of it by someone else. They fear failure. None of these are good reasons not to start a business.
If those fearful adults had been raised to be entrepreneurial, they would now be living life according to their agenda and making decisions based on their ability, instead of the opinions, agendas and pessimistic projections of the people around them. Through my work, I have been able to distill the childhood trends of successful entrepreneurs and gain an insight into how these individuals were raised and how parents are actively passing on their skills to the next generation.
What does entrepreneurial mean?
Entrepreneurial means confident, positive, creative, resourceful, and resilient. An entrepreneurial person is someone who is faced with a problem and works out the solution. Their convictions rally a tribe and their ideas pick up momentum. An entrepreneurial person makes their own decisions and never forgets they always have choices. An entrepreneurial person doesn’t need to be an entrepreneur.
The sooner someone operates in this way, the sooner it becomes a habit, and the more they dictate their future. An entrepreneurial kid is practicing this now. An entrepreneurial kid is heading towards a future of possibility, of happiness, abundance, and success, whatever success happens to mean to them at the time.