Entrepreneurial Example TeachingKidsBusiness.com


This is the entrepreneurial case of developing Teachingkidsbusiness.com. This should help you understand the entrepreneurial steps which were taken to go from an idea to the reality of this website.


Before we get started, I would like to talk briefly about ideas, dreams, visions and concepts.


I belief that each of these terms relates to becoming an entrepreneur. You will find a variety of opinions on what each term means and how it relates to entrepreneurship.


I would like to offer the following views on these terms;

I think that entrepreneurs are constantly thinking about ideas - looking for the next big idea. I know that I look at everything in terms of "how could it be done differently or how could it be done better." I come up with many ideas from just questioning how a lot of things are done. Idea means - something one thinks, knows or imagines. A plan, scheme, project or intention.


Once an entrepreneur has an idea that they want to develop further - they start to dream. Entrepreneurs are fanatics (very enthusiastic - excited) about their ideas. I find that I dream day and night about how I can develop TeachingKidsBusiness.com and that I relate almost everything to it - how this and that could work on the website. I also woke-up many nights with new ideas and more development of existing ideas. Dream means - images, thoughts. A fond hope or aspiration.


The vision of an entrepreneur comes as they develop their idea further through lots of thinking and dreaming. I believe a vision is when you can see in your mind the idea and dream in great detail. You can see how it starts to work. You will find that if you give an idea to a number of people and ask them to think of the potential of the idea, that you will get many different responses. You will find that an entrepreneur will really stretch the limits and will be very creative on the opportunities of the idea. Vision means - something perceived in a dream. The ability to perceive something not actually visible.


A concept in the terms of business and entrepreneurs is really just a summary of the idea and how you envision it to work. Many banks and venture capitalists think in terms of a concept as the early stages of developing the business. Concept is usually used as a term to suggest that you have thought it through to an early stage but you are not really doing it to the extent that you think is possible. You are not selling a product or service yet. Concept means - an idea or thought. An abstract notion.


Step One: [What it takes to become and entrepreneur]

Step Two: [Start With An Idea - the idea behind TeachingKidsBusiness.com]

Step Three: [Develop Your Ideas Through Dreams]

Step Four: [Creating Your Vision]

Step Five: [Communication Your Concept]

Step Six: [Executive Summary]

Step Seven: [Business Plan ]

Step Eight: [Kids Business Basics] - understanding some business basics

Step Nine: [Just-For-Clicks Business Game] - pre-business game.

Step Ten: Going into business; [Business Encounters]

Step Eleven: Share your entrepreneurial experiences with us and other kids. Please see our contact page.


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