Entrepreneurial education for young children & adults


“Use your gifts faithfully, and they shall be enlarged; practice what you know, and you shall attain to higher knowledge.” Matthew Arnold

In today’s society, we all have an obligation to be entrepreneurs, you have to ask how to create value for customers, how to run a better and more responsible business, you can’t just be a cog in the machine anymore, in contrast to that, not all the entrepreneurs are going to make it, but the ones that do are going to prosper and grow.

Where do entrepreneurs get their best ideas? Creativity has been always the terminology used answer that question, well at the heart of any successful business is a great idea. Some seem so simple we wonder why nobody thought of them before, others are so revolutionary we wonder how anybody could’ve thought of them at all. But those great ideas don’t come randomly, and that leaves a lot of would-be entrepreneurs asking the same question, How did everybody else get inspiration to strike and how can we work the same magic? Yet ideas for start-ups often begin with a problem that needs to be solved and they don’t usually come while you’re sitting around sipping coffee and contemplating life, they tend to reveal themselves while you’re hard at work on something else.

In conclusion, perhaps the greatest factor that determines whether or not an entrepreneur will be successful is not the business idea itself, but rather the entrepreneur’s willingness to try (and keep trying) to turn the idea into reality. Great ideas are abundant, but it’s what we decide to do with them that counts. You know what the usually say, go big or go home, it’s that time whereby you must know your business strategies very well.


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