A good teacher is not necessarily a good mentor, since the Professor is going to direct the course of 30 children, while a good mentor will always have a personal relationship with his pupil. The best mentors in the life of a child are his parents, because they are those who have the greatest interest in the success of their children. 1 Be a bad No example can we expect our children to have an entrepreneurial spirit if we do not have it. Remember that you are mentor #1 in the life of their children? If you are not prepared to assume this role, learn along with their children! You can read books or take courses together and discuss in this regard. It is not necessary for you to be a successful entrepreneur, but that show your children that you are interested in the topic, but it’s important.
2. Lack of instruction in the area of Finance there are many errors that your children can avoid future if given a proper financial education at an early age. If you don’t, nobody else will do, since it is not part of the curriculum of the schools. 6. A rigid and inflexible education if you is too rigid and structured in their education is not going to encourage the entrepreneurial and leadership skills in their children. It will raise submissive people who know how to follow orders.
3 Adopt the ostrich mentality many parents adopt the ostrich attitude when it comes to entrepreneurial education of their children. They bury their heads in the sand and think that somehow they will learn everything you need to know at school. They are unaware that they are denying a responsibility that lies only in their hands, not in the teachers.