I have been running with this idea for several months.
Today I am proudly announcing Mincov Law Corporation’s “Shining Star” contest, a competition for children from 4 to 14 years old.
To participate, they should make and upload to YouTube a video of them doing something that will demonstrate their talent. They can sing, play musical instruments, dance, read, act, do sports, or whatever else that they (or you as their parents) consider their important achievements.
This is not an “everybody-gets-a-trophy” exercise. This is about talent, abilities, hard work or determination.
One of the reasons I am so passionate about intellectual property is my deep admiration for amazing creative talents of other people. People who can write music that millions of people want to listen to; people who write books that millions want to read; people who create movies, software; clothes that millions want to wear. Don't get me started about people who can invent electricity, dishwashing machines and the Internet. These people make our lives what they are today. The least we can do is to acknowledge their achievements.
I find it extremely important to reward talent in children. This is what this competition is all about.
Please read more about the contest.
If you are in the business of teaching or training talented kids, please click here.
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