Most kids are involved in a budding business at some stage of their childhood. Whether it’s selling lemons on the front lawn, bartering for marbles with friends, or brokering meal changing deals out of a lunchbox.
In each of these instances they organise and manage a deal in order to achieve what they see as a profit - the behaviour of up-and-coming and established entrepreneurs alike.
To help your kids take some of that childhood spirit into the big wide world, here are the 6 key characteristics that need to be fostered, and how to encourage them…
Nov 19, 2012
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