It is about identifying innate talents at a crucial age, and supporting them to grow into the entrepreneurs and leaders of tomorrow. So, how can you go about doing this? Well, there are some remarkable tools, resources, and methods you can apply.

The data shows young people really are our future
What makes a successful entrepreneur? Many think that a business person is merely “created” through their upbringing, their lifestyle choices, and, indeed, their level of education. While all of the above may well be true, data shows that there could also be a natural element to entrepreneurship. In other words, what if these traits were innate?

The chances are they might be. Contrary to popular belief, children have been known to start exhibiting entrepreneurial behavior from as young as five. Yes, it is at this formative time that there are noticeable differences between them and their peers. While many may simply overlook the characteristics associated with entrepreneurship in children, educators have a core duty to identify and nurture them.

The challenge of spotting a young entrepreneur
There is no doubt in my mind that there are children out there with entrepreneurial spirit who slip under the radar. For whatever reason, these individuals are not given the help they need to thrive in the future. While they may still succeed off their own back, a little encouragement could go a long way. We are here to work for it.