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Entrepreneurship - The Road Least Taken

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  • 1. By, Teaching Youth to Build Business
  • 2. “ I believe in the free market, competition, and entrepreneurship. ” President Barack Obama The Audacity of Hope© The National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (www.nfte.com)
  • 3. Young people in neighborhoods want the same things we all want.© The National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (www.nfte.com)
  • 4. To get a good To earn enough To make their education. money to live well. family proud.© The National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (www.nfte.com)
  • 5. The trouble is, very few have a clear path for how to get there. Worse, they might not feel like society expects them to succeed.© The National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (www.nfte.com)
  • 6. What if high school were more relevant in preparing youth to make it in our economy?© The National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (www.nfte.com)
  • 7. Dilemma of Youth Job OR Entrepreneurship
  • 8. The Truth
  • 9. Why?
  • 10. No Monthly Paycheck High Risk Risk of Failure Instability
  • 11. Rewards..
  • 12. Solve Problems Create JobsChange the World Get Rich doing it
  • 13. Why arent there enough Entrepreneurs?
  • 14. Myth All successful companies you hearabout never failed
  • 15. Reality isis paved with Failure
  • 16. “I have not failed. Ive just found10,000 ways that wont work.” Thomas Edison
  • 17. Took 50,000 tests to develop the nickel- iron alkaline battery that became an industry standard and is still used today-more than 90 years laterEdison
  • 18. It took more than 2,000 tests to find the rightfilament for the light bulb.
  • 19. Paypal was Max Levchins 3rd company The Facebook was not MarkFirst Company Zuckerbergs first website Failed
  • 20. In order to succeed, learn to deal with failure
  • 21. Be prepared to bedisappointed by the market response
  • 22. Constantly Update yourself withEntrepreneurial Skills
  • 23. Entrepreneurship Workshop By
  • 24. By, Teaching Youth to Build Businesskaushal@insightHR.co.in