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Return on Young ... (Updated)
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Return on Young ... (Updated)
Return on Young ... (Updated)
Return on Young ... (Updated)
Return on Young ... (Updated)
Return on Young ... (Updated)
Return on Young ... (Updated)
Return on Young ... (Updated)
Return on Young ... (Updated)
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Return on Young ... (Updated)

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An updated version of concept I'm working on called "Return on Young" which calls for investing in our kids as early as possible in order to prepare more competent human capital.

An updated version of concept I'm working on called "Return on Young" which calls for investing in our kids as early as possible in order to prepare more competent human capital.

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  • 1. RoYReturn on Young[Updated]
  • 2. What do you think the most valuableresource any nation may have?
  • 3. People(Human Capital)Just think of Japan, Germany, UK, France, Korea…What kind of resources do they have in common?
  • 4. The more people we have,the more developed we will be!Does it make any sense to you?
  • 5. For each individual in the society (Productivity – Consumption) - +Over Population or Human Capital
  • 6. CompetentHuman CapitalThis makes all the difference
  • 7. 1 2 3 4 Kindergarten Preparatory Graduation Secondary University Primary BirthWhat is the best age to start preparingpeople to be more competent?
  • 8. We usually focus here Education Employment Training Services Competent Human Capital Language Internships LearningUniversity Student Career Counselingor Fresh Graduate
  • 9. 1 2 3 4 Kindergarten Preparatory Graduation Secondary University Primary BirthWhat would happen if we move part of theinvestment we make on stage 4 to stage 2?
  • 10. Return 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Age The earlier we start the higher the return & of course the longer we have to wait for the return
  • 11. Higher RoYHigher Return on Young
  • 12. Higher Return on YoungNow we’ve got the concept…What about the implementation?
  • 13. Can you list some “Basic” skills that would help anyone bemore competent at work? Communication Presentation Problem Solving Strong Memory Numerical Skills Reasoning Verbal Skills Motor Skills Reaction Speed
  • 14. Have you noticed that …All skills are accumulative&Neither is dependent on age nor future career
  • 15. For God’s sake…If all these skills are important, accumulative and none isage or career dependent…
  • 16. All we need to do is…To start thinking of our kids asYoung Talents& begin working on their Competitiveness
  • 17. Muhammad Algarhygarhy@garhy.com

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