BUILDING TOMORROW’S ENTREPRENEUR: How to preserve the social, creative and natural greatness your child is born with

| August 31, 2016

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How often do you look at your children and wonder, “What will they want to do when they grow up?” And how many of you want to give them the education, resources, and life experience to makes those dreams happen?

This book contains information and strategies to help parents give their children a head start in life well before they finish school. It is all about keeping a child’s entrepreneurial spirit intact: business, social, creative and natural.

That doesn’t mean teaching them how to make a million dollars overnight, or that respecting nature means living in an off-grid hut, it is more about empowering your child to be an independent creative thinker, to develop and see through their ideas, follow their dreams, and pursue their passions.

Written in a clear, down-to-earth voice, building tomorrow’s entrepreneur, is both a practical guide and a values-based philosophy. It explains why many parents feel lost when it comes to modelling an entrepreneurial spirit and why preserving it is more important than ever before.

Building tomorrow’s entrepreneur illuminates the path by providing guidance on topics including:

Sending your child out into the world with the skills necessary for workplace success is good, but it isn’t enough. They need to go out into the world with their spirit intact, including a deep faith and trust in themselves.

About the Author

Donna Mulvenna is a horticultural journalist and the author of several books including Wild Roots – Coming alive in the Amazon. Her inspiration to write building tomorrow’s entrepreneur came while she was researching and interviewing for a book on the importance of children being connected to nature.

She learned that not only do children have an unlimited capacity for intelligence, and can absolutely be taught to be creative and critical thinkers, but that they are nervous about their future. From an increasingly younger age they understand they are inheriting a planet in crisis, an education system lagging behind and an economy that is likely to fail. They know that fixing these things is a grand project for them, but they will not be able to do it by following our precedent. We can help them, and it is easy.

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