Work culture is shifting with young people showing more interest in entrepreneurship and business ownership than ever before. While the next generation is motivated and driven, starting a business remains challenging.
As the next generation enters the workforce, established entrepreneurs can inspire, encourage, and mentor young people to pursue business ownership. Here are some tips on how to effectively encourage entrepreneurship among young thinkers
Reward creativity and unique thinking
In the business world, unique and creative thinking are invaluable skills. Creativity leads to more innovation, which is a key component of successful entrepreneurship.
Young people are often the most creative and unique thinkers because the expectations or beliefs of others have not yet shaped their thought process. Having different ideas from the masses should be embraced and rewarded at a young age. Creating an environment that is receptive to and rewards creativity will empower young people to…
This article was written by Steve Chambers and originally published on www.inc.com