Entrepreneurs at Heart

Throughout their Entrepreneur quest, the heroes have learned valuable life lessons from starting their own businesses. They began the quest filled with confidence, turning their passion into a business idea. They had the  fortitude to take action, transforming their ideas to a product that would serve the needs (or wants) of others. They dared to think differently from others and found ways to resolve conflicts.

The heroes continued to follow their business plans wholeheartedly and unwaveringly, even when it seemed impossible. Even when others said, “No, you can’t,” they boldly said, “Yes, I can!” There was no obstacle or challenge that kept them from moving forward, striving for excellence, while having the humility to learn from their mistakes. Day by day, they deepened their love of learning, using various strategies to solve problems they may encounter. Filled with curiosity, they did not fear any surprises along the way. As they counted down the days to the business fair, despite feelings of anxiety or the  fear of failing, they did not back down from taking risks. These young entrepreneurs stayed positive and excited about the possibilities that await them.

Until the day before the fair, they worked harder while feeling great joy. Every hero felt proud of what they have accomplished, not because they made perfect products to sell or the money they would make from their businesses, but because of all the hard work they put into their businesses and the joy they would give to others. This includes not only the customers, but also their fellow entrepreneurs at the business fair. During a discussion about exploring ways to set up their business fair tables, they were presented with two different businesses, one with an elaborate business fair table presentation and the other with a more simplistic presentation. The aim of the exercise was for the heroes to discover the importance of presentation and business strategies, then to apply them to their own preparations. But the heroes revealed more wisdom than expected when they were asked which business they would buy products from, expecting them to choose the business with a better presentation. Instead, they all agreed to buy from the businesses without the elaborate presentation because they wanted to help the business owners since they probably would not get many customers. This may not be what the world would consider a wise decision from a practical standpoint. Regardless, the heroes chose the narrow path with wisdom beyond their years that could only come from the Lord! Needless to say, the heroes have truly transformed into entrepreneurs at heart, not because they started a business, but because they have the courage and determination to help those in need no matter what it takes.  

Week 4: 9/24 – 28






Bible verse

1 Thessalonians 4:9

You have been taught by God to love each other

1 Thessalonians 4:11 – 12

Make it your ambition to lead a quiet life: you should mind your own business and work with your hands… so that you will not be dependent on anybody.

1 Thessalonians 4:14

We believe that Jesus died and rose again

1 Thessalonians 4:16

The Lord himself will come down from heaven

1 Thessalonians 4:17

We will be with the Lord forever


Growth mindset

Back to Front and upside down

By Claire Alexander

Would you try something new even though you know that you would probably make mistakes?

Drum dream girl

By Margarita Engle

Do you believe you can be good at anything? Or are there some things that you will never be good at?

Everyone can learn to ride a bicycle

By Chris raschka

Do you agree or disagree that anyone can learn something if they work hard at it?

Ruby’s wish

By Shirin Bridges

What would you say to someone who says that they are not smart?

The dot

By Peter Reynolds

Do you feel proud when your work is perfect or when you did your best even though your work is not perfect?


Business fair tables scenarios

Which stand would you buy from?

What information would you include in your poster? Would it get the attention of more customers if it had more or less words and images?

Is it better to put all of the products you are selling out on the table or only a few samples of your product?

What will you add to your table display to catch the attention of customers passing by?

What would you say to a customer who passes by your table? What if they do not show any interest in your product?

What will you do with the money you make from your business? Spend it or save it?

Project time


Business fair preparations

Business plans update

Business fair booth plans

Business fair  banner

Business fair streamer


Business fair simulation

Entrepreneur’s pitch

Quest reflections


Questions to develop a growth mindset

Town hall meeting

How do you face obstacles?

When something is not working, do you try something else or keep trying to do the same thing?

How did you make good use of available resources?

How did you set high standards for yourself?

Did you work as hard as you could have?

Upcoming event:

Art and Core Skills Exhibition

Thursday, October 4

2:30 – 3:30 pm

Please come to our Art Exhibition where the heroes will have their own version of “Art Prize!”  They will have their artwork on display and you could place your votes for your favorite artwork!

The heroes would also like to take this time to show you their progress and hard work during the Core Skills Exhibition. They are so excited to share with you their goals and show you how they strive to achieve their goals each day.

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