STARTUPS: It seems bizarre that there are mini Zuckerbergs, Brins or Pages kicking their toys out of the pram (literally, in this case) as their parents work out how to turn them into the next breed of successful entrepreneurs. But apparently there are various things which can be done to nurture a child's creativity in the right direction. In the meantime, back to parenting reality - time for the school run. Read more on The Wall Street Journal.
How do you get kids ready to become entrepreneurs?
The classic answer, of course, is the lemonade stand. Encourage your kids to start a homespun business instead of just bugging you for money.
But entrepreneurs and educators say the real solution goes much deeper than that.
There are crucial psychological traits an entrepreneur needs to succeed, they say, and parents should help kids develop them at every opportunity.
There are a number of attributes needed and how parents can foster them.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal
NB:Child entrepreneur image via Shutterstock.