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How Parenting sharpens 11 skills needed for entrepreneurial Ventures…

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1. Makes you comfortable with your own level of preparedness.

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The courage to accept your own limitations and eventually becoming much more comfortable in the presence of its expression is something that will help you immensely in redefining your limited perspective.

2. Making others to understand your perspective is such a waste.

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You learn from your own mistakes and refrain from indulging in any activity where you expect others to appreciate your perspective.

3. Makes you believe in building your parachute mid flight.

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The best course of action can never be anticipated. The more you find yourself at home while braving the unexpected events, the better you would be at finding the most workable solutions.

4. Makes you appreciate all the virtues of patience.

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Every possible solution might not get you the desired results, but you can’t afford to give up your struggle till you find your perfect fit. You got to be mentally prepared for the long haul.

5. You start appreciating the importance of asking for help.

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There is no shame in asking for help when you need it most. Once you shed this initial inhibition, you can find more comfort in asking for it.

6. You end up learning more about yourself.

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The responsibility of being a parent makes you question quite a lot about yourself. And it’s definitely not once in a while affair.

7. You stop judging people before hearing their side of story.

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You learn to listen them with undivided attention and without any prejudgment. You become good at lending your ear. An attribute much appreciated during all your entrepreneurial ventures.

8. Realization that all your knowledge is nothing but a drop in the ocean.

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The alacrity with which you dig deeper to reach the core of any issue ends up giving that extra edge to your personality.

9. You Start appreciating the value of non monetary things.

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How you brave this disorientation will end up shaping your entire future journey.

10. You Learn not to beat yourself for all your mistakes.

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Your own flexibility to take them as a learning opportunity will definitely serve you well in pursuing your long term entrepreneurial goal.

11. You Start appreciating the significance of ‘baby steps’.

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In the process you learn to concentrate all your energy and efforts on principles rather than on measuring the outcomes.

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Originally published on studentlifemadeeasy.com

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Piyush Kamal🎖

Published Author Who Loves to Play at the Intersection of Cognitive Psychology, Neuroscience, & Philosophy — Sharing the Slice of Wisdom Not on Paper but Screen