I like this article specifically because it links to several resources for parents to encourage their children to learn more about entrepreneurship. This is one of the articles I most frequently send to parents when they ask what they can do to help their students learn more about what we talk about in my programs.
Many personality traits often considered undesirable in children might actually be the beginnings of an entrepreneurial spirit. This speaker gives great examples of how we can capitalize on a child's strengths rather than worrying about them not being great at everything.
This article focuses on the psychological research behind what makes a successful entrepreneur. This article specifically talks about the value of encouraging kids to use problem solving skills and find creative solutions to problems rather than just praising them for participating.
One of the most important skills entrepreneurs need is to learn from failure. This article describes how parents can encourage students to learn from failure using problem solving skills and decision making skills.
I have had many parents ask me how they can help their students. This short article framed as a slideshow is very accessible for parents to start learning what helps encourage entrepreneurial kids. For each item it includes tips on how to teach each of these traits to help students grow.