Los Angeles, California – June 2012 – A new book, “World Wise Children” from an award-winning business expert engages children in a rich global learning experience aimed at educating and inspiring them to create future opportunities for themselves.
According to a 2010 Ernst & Young survey, the majority of U.S. companies lack cultural understanding and diversity of thought to manage global business. With the fastest growth happening overseas, many businesses are now looking for hires with global experience to conduct business effectively abroad. Ayse Oge, international business expert and author of several books, “Go Global to Win”, “Global Business Guide”, believes that kids should learn these global skills at an early age to help expand their horizons. After all, “children are remarkably resourceful. They just need the right tools to guide them in the right direction” says Oge.
Here are four easy tips children can follow to become a world wise kid:
· Don’t think of yourself as living in a little bubble. The world gives you infinite opportunity to capture knowledge and information. By exploring outside of your own self, you can start creative endeavors and find new solutions to the world’s problems.
· Discover the world by watching educations television programs, reading books, and attending international fairs. Learn about different countries. Dance to their music, eat...