Conceptual Age


The entrepreneurial mind of the conceptual age



Raising children to have an entrepreneurial mind, where innovation and creativity are championed, has never been more critical. that intelligence they will have to develop to be able to compete in this new world. DR. Howard Gardner, Harvard based cognitive psychologist who is the proponent of the Multiple intelligence theory, has defined intelligence to be "the ability to problem-solve and create products valued in one more cultural setting." Regardless of the field of specialization medicine, business or architecture- what ill set apart an individual is his ability to take what he knows and use it to innovate, create and solve problems.
Being a businessman is not for everyone, but having an entrepreneurial mind- one that is open to risks, looks forward to challenge and ready and willing to overcome setbacks is.


THE SUCCESS FACTOR


Try not to become a man of success but  a man of values 
                                                     -Albert Eisntein-


It must be emphasized here that success is not always equated with money. Money should only be a by product and not the goal of success. what we want is for our children to be driven by the desire to make the most of their talents. opportunities, intelligences and passion  to do good in the world.


"IF YOUR QUESTION IN LIFE IS HOW TO BECOME RICH, YOU WILL NEVER BE RICH" he then asked, WHAT IS IT THAT YOU LOVE TO DO THE MOST? WHAT IS YOUR PASSION? FIND IT AND YOU WILL BECOME A BILLIONAIRE"


Our children may not end up a billionaire, but at ehe very least, we can empower them to believe in themselves and their ideas. as parents, we can show our children how to best fulfill their desires and attain what they truly want in life.

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