“What a fun way to introduce kids to the idea of building a business. Steve Glaveski shows it’s never too early to start learning how to think like an entrepreneur.”
ADAM GRANT - New York Times bestselling author of ORIGINALS and GIVE AND TAKE, and host of the TED podcast WorkLife
We used to go to school to learn how to become something; An accountant, a lawyer, a doctor...
But technology has been improving since the 1960s, creating a very uncertain world. Some estimate that 40% of today's jobs won't exist in 10 years!
It's no longer enough to remember facts for a test, only to forget them shortly afterwards.
As Stephen Hawking said, intelligence is the ability to adapt to change, then entrepreneurship is the perfect vehicle to teach children adaptability and resilience.
Written by seasoned entrepreneur and author, Steve Glaveski, LEMONADE STAND follows a young entrepreneur's journey and provides kids with invaluable business and life lessons along the way.
Learn how to come up with ideas to solve specific problems.
Understand concepts such as customer, pricing, supplies, profit and loss, loans and interest, location, marketing, sales, operations, manufacturing and prototyping.
Gain an appreciation for value of teamwork, sharing ideas, and sharing the journey in a business setting.
Learn the value of failing small, and adapting to customer feedback, to get to a successful outcome.
Learn that it's not just about making money, but about sharing your success with other people.
Steve Glaveski is an entrepreneur, author and podcast host whose mission is to unlock the latent potential of people so that they can create more impact for humanity and lead more fulfilling lives.
He is CEO of Collective Campus, an innovation accelerator based in Melbourne and Singapore, that works with large organizations around the globe, and was recognized by the Australian Financial Review as one of Australia's fastest-growing new companies in 2018.
Having grown up in the working-class suburbs of Melbourne's west, he believes that entrepreneurship is the great equalizer. He founded the Lemonade Stand program and platform, to empower children everywhere, regardless of socioeconomic background, with fundamental entrepreneurial skills.
He also wrote Employee to Entrepreneur: How To Earn Your Freedom and Do Work That Matters (Wiley, 2018), hosts the Future Squared podcast and is a contributor to Harvard Business Review.
Cindy Chong works with various mediums across diverse platforms and maintains several income streams as an Illustrator, Video Scribe and Chalk Artist. Her love of storytelling unifies her work.
Her past professions include working as a Graphic & UI Design, managing a martial arts school, and co-owner/operator of an Anime & Manga shop.
Cindy is based in Melbourne and treasures her family above all else.
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