What will your child do when he grows up? Many parents force the child to choose what they think is best for his future. Of course, many want their child to become an entrepreneur. If you want this to happen, read about the six patterns of behavior that may be worth developing if you’d love your child to follow this way.
Entrepreneurs are leaders by nature, but that does not necessarily mean these people should be extremely sociable or organize others. Leadership has many aspects, so reserved or timid-looking children can also be leaders by nature. Is your child inclined to follow others or walks his own way? This may be an early manifestation of the entrepreneurial spirit.
There’s a fine line between madness and conscious risk-taking, when all the possible consequences are evaluated. If your child tends to take risks, but you can also see that he or she is trying to analyze pros and cons, this is a sign of entrepreneurial nature. It is impossible to build a successful company, being too cautious, but at the same time it cannot be built by constant random decisions.
Do not worry if your child, unlike many others, refuses to be a pilot, a fireman or even a princess. It is natural for people to fit themselves into some narrow definition, before they understand they feel comfortable somewhere, but entrepreneurs often do not act this way because they want to break the pattern and find their place in society. If your child finds it difficult to write an essay about his/her future profession, it may be a good sign.