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Things that every entrepreneur should learn from children

Updated on July 2, 2013
  • Children are creative: creativity is natural in children, every day they are innovating and inventing things for your needs, a very powerful skill in the design industry.
  • Children have a sense of wonder: The child enjoys their world, every day they are amazed at all that nature and life around them. Note to the entrepreneur, the world is full of amazing things, take risks to discover them,it can be a great source of new ideas and possibilities.
  • Children are bold: Children constantly risks and do not measure the consequences of their actions, not afraid of anything and everything that is presented in the way is a challenge for them. They dare to reach their goals and are not afraid of making mistakes. Do something you've never done. Do not reject challenges.
  • Children relate: Children are naturally sociable and make friends easily. In business, the entrepreneur must learn to get along with others. Building relationships between people, things, ideas or facts.
  • Children make decisions: For them nothing is impossible, they face obstacles, make decisions, and make mistakes. In the business world decision making is essential and should be done in a timely manner.
  • Children need each other: Children can not survive on their own, they need an adults guidance. In the same way, an entrepreneur needs the help of his team, to achieve goals.
  • Children do not give up: Children dream, they understand they are not limited, not afraid to fail and learn from their mistakes. Employers should open, be brave and make hard choices and understand that after a failure you do not start from scratch, you start from + 1, as the business learns and grows.
  • Children put passion and love for everything they do. Be passionate about your project, your work and your team.
  • Children have fun: Children do not get bored too easily, and enjoy their achievements. Enjoy your work and learn to see it not as a burden, but as a source of satisfaction.
  • The child is open-minded: Children face life with open eyes, interpreting things their own way without fear to change without paradigms. Every entrepreneur must be bold to create, innovate. Remember that the failures that occur in life, there are obstacles to your realization, but steps to achieve victory.


As you can see from the above, there is a strong correlation between children and the way a good entrepreneur should think. Adulthood has changed the way of thinking for most adults making work / business seems more of a burden than something that you should enjoy.

Wind the clock back, think like a child again in order to help you with your success as an entrepreneur.


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    • Hezekiah profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Japan

      Thanks, apreciated.

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      Dora Weithers 

      5 years ago from The Caribbean

      Very creative. Great lessons to learn from the performance of children.


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