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Kidpreneur Jahan Ergashev

Kidpreneurs Interview with Jahan Ergashev of Home and Joy Pillows

We are privileged to have another amazing Kidpreneur share an interview with us about his successful business called Home and Joy Pillows.  Jahan and his mother are from the beautiful land of Tajikistan but now live in the United States.  Click on the video below to hear all about Jahan’s kidpreneur journey! Jahan says that

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Ian Santin Kidpreneur Interview

Kidpreneur Interview with Ian Santin of Chosen Few Software

We are excited to share the story of 16-year-old Ian Santin’s app development startup, Chosen Few Software. Ian’s mobile apps have been downloaded over 50,000 times on the Google Play Store, and he is constantly working to improve his product and develop new video game concepts. Ian capitalized on his passion for technology and coding

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Inspiring Kidpreneur Interview with Sean Pour

We are so honored to speak with Sean Pour about his incredible experience as a young Kidpreneur.  Sean is 25 years old now, but when he was 14 started his own company called Sellmax. His business is now thriving, and he is passionate about wanting to give back and help inspire other young entrepreneurs. Sean

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How to Pitch an Idea for a Kidpreneur Business

How to Pitch an Idea for a Kidpreneur Business

Never underestimate ideas; they are the crux of all success.  They spark curiosity, boost momentum and productivity, and inspire people to achieve their dreams. Ideas, no matter how large or small, can get you farther than ever imagined.   That said, it’s important to remember that in the world of business the way to take an

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Simplify Your Child’s Life and Business to Amplify Their Potential

Simplify Your Child’s Life and Business to Amplify Their Potential

The old saying “Less is More” may seem unrealistic and frustrating at times. However, the succinct adage is generally spot on.  For example, when it comes to reducing distractions, clutter, and redundant processes in business, less truly is more. This allows a business to become more efficient and productive.  This is key even for young

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Why Young Entrepreneurs are the Next Big Thing

Why Young Entrepreneurs are the Next Big Thing

When some of us were kids, one of the only ways we could hope to make money without securing a “real job” was by providing a service or product locally. Cue the droves of lawn mowing teenagers, newspaper deliverers, babysitters, and kids helping out at sports concession stands. Then there was always the enterprising teen

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Three Things That Young Entrepreneurs Often Do Better Than the Rest of Us

Three Things That Young Entrepreneurs Often Do Better Than the Rest of Us

You’ve probably heard the phrase “Kids say the darndest things!”. Well, they also tend to accomplish the darndest things as well.  Take, for example, young entrepreneur Kenan Pala, who helped to organize programs to fund education around homelessness. Parker Krex, another kidpreneur, created a monthly Lego subscription box called Brick Loot and said ““I encourage

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How to Empower Your Kids to Be Amazing Entrepreneurs

How to Empower Your Kids to Be Amazing Entrepreneurs

Few accomplishments are more rewarding that those that allow a child to gain valuable new skills and actually turn a profit in the meantime. Becoming an entrepreneur has long been an attractive career path for many adults who are seeking more freedom and opportunities.  However, young children and teenagers can also choose to experience the

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Inside the Kidpreneur Mindset

Inside the Kidpreneur Mindset

How can it be that young children and teens have the ability to create innovative and successful businesses from the ground up? How is it that kids seem to consistently achieve the impossible, as if nothing is standing in their way? Well, that’s what we call getting inside of the kidpreneur mindset.  And what an

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