Research, including this NYU report, reinforces that learning about entrepreneurship ignites an entrepreneurial mind-set in young people — they begin to think and act like entrepreneurs in all aspects of their lives. They communicate better. They persist through failure. They become flexible and adaptable when facing obstacles. They take smart risks. They turn into problem solvers and opportunity finders.
Entrepreneurship is not about starting a business. It can also be a life long skill that is very helpful in all aspect of life. Most importantly, do not start a business because it is cool. Only do it if you love the problem you are solving.