Kids' Workout

When Kids (Learn to) Start a Business


I will have to admit that schools have likely been such an oasis in the desert draining away the drought of entrepreneur spirit throughout the years, just like what I’ve felt in particular. Schools in recent years, also pointing to my kids’ school, contribute to helping students learn and develop their entrepreneurial skills.

In about three decades ago, most of students were taught to just study toward excellent results of the exams. Splashing ideas for earning some pennies, even just for fun, was hardly easy to make up. Sad to say, it was parents who just discouraged their kids’ proactively spirit for creating and selling the manifestation of their imagination.

Today? Yeah, it’s your time, Kids. You want it, you get it. Your school sets it up for you. And I think this has worked out. The school’s Entrepreneurship thematic learning system has brought about entrepreneurial habits to students. They begin to have a sense of anything related to what might come to making money, in accordance to their realm of thoughts –sure thing. What kids embrace at school, they bring home for running through.

“Dad, please buy me stationeries. I’ll sell them to my friends.”

“Dad, I want to sell name label stickers at school. Please design them on the computer for me.”

“Dad, I love squishy so much. My friends talk about it much. I want to have some and sell them.”

Squishy trading off. Or exchanging, at least.
Squishy trading off. Or exchanging, at least.

By all means they count on me for supplying, supporting, even funding the project. However I do appreciate my kids having desires and ‘guts’ for selling things. That’s good for entrepreneurship seeds, I think.

Moreover, by supporting our kids to learn and develop entrepreneurial skills, we are making up benefits wide open:

  • Kids will be better prepared when the time has come they make a business deal or opportunity, since they have learned the skills.
  • Opportunity to connect with other people with the same interests and goals. Kids will get more motivated and interested in business opportunities at some point.
  • Kids learn about critical thinking and problem solving. Entrepreneurial practices help them discover the expertise and method promptly correlated to getting a job someday.

With all these reasons, it’s time for parents to be firmly convinced in letting their children deal with every splinter of entrepreneurship. Have them start a business their way. At the same time, have them widen their horizons.

A husband. A dad. A bank worker. Loves to share in writing about the art of being a dad for the kids.


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