Minor Issues: Three things that will help in raising innovative kids

Unstructured playtime can help parents with raising innovative kids. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION: PIXABAY
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SINGAPORE – Imagine raising the next Elon Musk, Steve Jobs or Bill Gates in your own home.

The notion is not as crazy as it sounds. The three iconoclastic innovators were children once and had childhoods that contributed to their entrepreneurial journeys.

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