TOURING TWENTY-SOMETHING MILLIONAIRE MOTIVATORS – NEW ZEALAND’S NEXT WAVE OF EMERGING ENTREPRENEURS
Good buzz words for South Pacific peoples to work towards are:
New Zealand’s next wave of twenty-something millionaires.
If our economy is to do better, new waves of young millionaires in New Zealand (home grown) should be commonplace. Their presence a healthy sign of a normal society of innovative people.
What could be needed to cause a new wave of Kiwis taking the reigns of business culture – are:
1. Business schools that teach ideas and concepts-building, so youth can evolve entrepreneurial thinking quicker.
2. Business mentors discipling and instillling sound business acumen.
3. Practical workshops to evolve an idea from concept stage through to samples stage.
4. Angel investors to look at sample ideas and then invest taking the ideas to the next level.
5. Foreign investors buying part shares in the new companies young adults create.
6. The best twenty-something millionaires going on tour throughout New Zealand. Motivational seminars should be normal in all cities of New Zealand with young adults speaking to other NZ youth all year round. It’s about a feeling of motivation and getting that happening more.
7. In time, a young adults entrepreneur TV channel developed that runs innovative TV programming 24-7.
8. Success generates success. A culture of young adults doing exceptionally well economically in start ups, has to be the norm – in order for New Zealand to keep pace with the rest of the world.
9. A spark. A catalyst. A paradigm shift of value. Looking at young adults as potential entrepreneurs and then the best of faith from the business community making it happen and seeing young adults dreams become our next economic steps and platforms of new levels of the economy is what we need to do.
10. Mentoring has trickle down that’s real. That furthers knowledge in practical ways. Mentoring reproduces the think tank (like a science) yet it is about relationships that yield fruit.
We need to move beyond fantasy into practical manifestation of business building in New Zealand. Young Adults should be leaders of today. They have the pace, the energy and need the wisdom, encouragement and support to fly ideas into our business future.
I like those thoughts. I want to see touring millionaires in their twenties, ensuring other young people know that being a millionaire, doing a start up and being an employer is all good while you are young.
We need to make NZ safer. Where youth’s dreams can happen without sabotage. That’s our current challenge. Break the vicious cycle. Let youth shine. Let young adults create and grow their own wealth. All of these thoughts run as light through my vision. A desire to see New Zealand doing good. Smarter. Wiser. Faster. Creating a community of excellence. Young adults being each others peers in business, supported by the wise who still have a Kiwi heart beating for New Zealand’s good.
One could go on and on and on furthering that school of new leaders. My job is to be a catalyst. Others who get it, can run with it more. String it out. Make it happen. Get the business blueprints whizzing through NZ’s intellectual property talent bank more. Business ownership should be every twenty-somethings reality of smart people. It is our robustness that immunises our economic hopes and dreams. Let’s do it! :)
I toured New Zealand when I was 18 in a team, for one year on the road as a youth motivator. New Zealand’s geography needs people like that to motivate. It’s how we do.
What i miss: incoming checks. Orders coming in. The phone constantly ringing. Staff.
Those words should be reality and normal for smart people. Much to do. Heaps to get done. Create. create. create.
What’s held me back? negativity.
What to do: 100% block it out. Build with the believers. Give it a go. Get it right with others who get it right. Elevate thinking. Stay elevated. Keep going. Stay on course to do good. The best ideas, take them to the next level. No time for negativity. Only time for building ideas. Smile more. Take more time to smile. Take more time to delight in the best ideas. Take my time to be thankful for thinkers who give good ideas. Celebrate good ideas more. Celebrate good people more. Delight in other peoples achievements. Enjoy New Zealand’s culture of innovation more. Look for it. Learn from it. Celebrate it…. okay, that’s a good start to an idea, as a part of a momentum of change for NZ.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 23.10.12~
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