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8 Skills That Will Strengthen Your Kids Entrepreneurial Mindset – Infographic

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Having an Entrepreneurial Mindset doesn’t mean your kids have to be Entrepreneurs, these skills “mindset” will help them be leaders and successful in anything they do.

The infographic below created by Pumpic, shares eight skills that you should teach your kids, and why it will help them throughout their life.

I don’t have kids, but I have nephews and one is 7 years old. It amazes me at how fast he learns stuff.

He works his iPad like a pro, going through settings, dl games, learning games, etc…

“I know iPad at 7, when I was 7 I was writing on the street with a rock, making dirt paths in the garden for my Hotwheels cars lol” 

My point is kids learn faster today than they did in the past, so now is the time to get them to see, learn absorb the “Goods” and the 8 skills shared will have your kids well on there way to being amazing, creative, helpful, powerful adults.

8 Quick Entrepreneurial Mindset Skills

  • Resilient
  • Innovative and Creative
  • Industriousness
  • Curiosity
  • Self-Confidence
  • Empathy
  • Optimism
  • Giving Back

Hope you enjoy Pumpic’s Entrepreneurial Skills for Kids Infographic.

entrepreneurial mindset infographicsource: pumpic


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  • Brendan Alan Barrett

    Good stuff! Thanks for sharing. I feel like you could swap the word kids with colleague, employee, ect. There are plenty of grown adults that could use a nudge in the direction of embracing these qualities.

  • http://www.johnpaulaguiar.com/ John Paul

    TY Brendan and I agree 100% not just for kids :)

  • http://www.netcentrics.co.uk/ Pete_W

    Nice – thanks. Despite the best efforts of teachers, our education systems are letting kids down on these independence-focused skills. In the UK, kids now get a choice between low-wage jobs or college and crippling debt. So parents need to help their kids develop these skills now more than ever – to give them a better choice, if nothing else. Plus, these are the sorts of lessons kids could have *fun* learning.

  • http://www.johnpaulaguiar.com/ John Paul

    I agree Pete… school need to change how they teach since kids are NOT the same as they were 10, 20 year ago.

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