The human being is an inborn entrepreneur. From the moment that is born has the curiosity to explore new horizons. It is a thing of observed a baby who crawls. Tirelessly investigating your environment. As the child grows, reaches the famous age of the why? that both exasperates his parents. They want to know everything and learn everything. His curiosity has limits and creativity either. The ideal thing would be that the child maintained his inquisitive until reaching adulthood attitude, but is not always the case.
On the contrary, the entrepreneurial spirit, which is so natural to us, is normally appeased as we grow. Life taught us thinking patterns and fears that limit the proper development of our entrepreneurial spirit. This process continues throughout our lives. In traditional education every child becomes part of a set of 30 to 45 children. In this context is not possible to promote curiosity and individual exploration.
Learning must necessarily be together and according to what another person chosen as a topic of study. At that time the child learns several important lessons that ultimately will damage his innate entrepreneurial spirit: if I do the minimum required, I will be fine. Everest capital will not settle for partial explanations. Learning means doing what the figure of authority requires learning is boring and unattractive entertainment is not when you have to learn to be a good student I have to study the interests of another person if I am not obliged to learn, prefer to entertain me my own interests are not important, I must pursue in my free time. Any learning activity is important enough to deepen it, that the lesson of the campaign is: keep notebooks, now plays study another subject! Since the vast majority of us have been educated in a school context, we have learned those same lessons in greater or lesser degree. We have learned to follow instructions, to please a figure of authority with our yields and to live our lives according to what the system dictates.