What if your child wants to design a spaceship to explore the Milky Way? Or become a deep sea explorer? This platform gives parents a guiding light to navigate what is likely an unknown path toward their child’s dreams. We can give parents the tools and expert-based networks they need to give children concrete learning experiences toward their goals.
It's true. A lot of times the dreams of our youth morph and flip over the years to result in, for example, a product designer instead of an astronaut (I speak from personal experience here). That's ok. The point of this concept is to teach the overall notion that achieving a dream is possible.
guideBOOKs can be defined and built on by an online community of entrepreneurs, scientists, marketing professionals, astronauts... These should be refined to provide a number of small, achievable steps that young people can take to discover more about their passion at any age.
By enabling parents to guide their children with tangible learning experiences and contacts in the field, we give the next generation the hope and mindset that they can achieve anything they set their minds to.
This concept needs to provide realistic, development-appropriate guideBOOKs for a wide array of potential paths. Building the initial framework seems daunting, but would be extremely rewarding!