Recently, while going back home my daughter told me about her day in school. She happily said that her teacher asked, “What do you want to be, when you grow up?” I asked her for her reply, and she said, “I want to be a business woman just like my mother!” Tears rolled down my eyes, I had always been living in the guilt of not being able to spend enough time with my children due to the work pressures.
Her answer gave me enough confidence to take pride in my entrepreneurial journey. I realized that I am setting an example for my daughter on both personal and professional levels. I am teaching her to be independent and helping her pursue her dreams when she grows up.
Here are some of the key pointers on what can be done to inculcate entrepreneurial skills in children:
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