Had lunch with the energetic Oli Barrett or should I say the The Daily Networker - the other day. If you haven't heard about Make your mark with a tenner - the Challenge is simple. Each student is ‘loaned’ £10 and given 1 month to make an impact. The socially minded entrepreneurial scheme is backed with £100,000 from Andrew Reynolds, Patron of The Prince’s Trust and founder of The Entrepreneur Channel. Oli explains more:It seems to me that we should be encouraging more of this in our schools. I believe for my children's generation there really won't be any "jobs" in the traditional sense as such - only interesting projects. For some that will come as a shock. But how about we actually prepare children to be able to stand on their own feet. Think creatively about ways to make money AND follow a higher purpose. Sustainability is the new business word - but I think we can also choose to make our children's working lives sustainable. The only way they will have a "job for life" is if they understand their skills and strengths and search for their true vocation. This is what we can give to the next generation and I for one, urge educationalists to become "purveyors of encouragement". Thoughts?