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Helen Al Uzaizi
CEO, BizWorld UAE
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It is never too early to start nurturing an entrepreneurial spirit, and there are various approaches to foster its development.
Teaching entrepreneurial thinking at a young age can help kids learn and hone valuable skills that they can use to cope with stress and unforeseen issues that arise in their ever-changing world.
What you need to remember when raising entrepreneurially-minded kids.
Out of all the students that applied from across the UAE, 10 finalists under the age of 15 were selected to pitch their business ideas through elevator pitches to a panel of judges.
Coming back from a tough experience will fortify our children, and give them the confidence that they can face the next challenge- and still come out on top.
Growing up and becoming an adult doesn't mean we have to give up our youthful spirit; we need it to manage our businesses effectively and get through the challenges of entrepreneurship.
Being innovative isn't a gift bestowed on a lucky few, but a muscle one needs to exercise as early as possible.
Enterprising children as young as 12 years in age have launched successful startups from fashion to tech.
The entrepreneurial spirit is not a gift bestowed on a small percentage of the population.
Entrepreneurship education is important for so many reasons, and when it is done right at an early age, its impact can be tremendous.