Tag: kidpreneur

How to become a YouTuber and published author at 6 years old

Isha Pani (Ice to her family and friends) is six years old. Like most kids, she loves playing with her friends, dressing up American Girl dolls, and solving puzzles. Ice is a swimmer, ice skater, ballerina, and gymnast. She’s also a YouTuber and the author of the cookbook Elementary Cooking: Fun Ways to Introduce Cooking

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Be a Summer Kidpreneur!

With summer vacation here or around the corner, the thoughts of Kidpreneurs turn to… creating a summer business! If you’re ready to do more than play this summer and would like to earn some extra money, here are a few ideas that may work for you. Doing web development or creating WordPress websites for local

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Making a Cool Thing Cooler: Greyson MacLean of BrickStix

Do you like LEGOs? Who doesn’t?! But one enterprising Kidpreneur knew that as cool and fun as LEGOs are, there was room for improvement. That kid is Greyson MacLean, and his idea for BrickStix is the best thing to happen to LEGOs since… well probably ever! We had a chance to catch up with Greyson

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Asya Gonzalez of Stinky Feet Gurlz: A Kidpreneur on a Mission

We talk with a lot of Kidpreneurs all over the world, and we’re always amazed at their accomplishments and their desire to succeed in business. One of the things we love to see most is when a Kidpreneur takes that passion and uses it to give back, in addition to building their business. At 14,

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Kidpreneurs Interview: Joshua and Zachary Neyens of Buggie Bag

As we often say here at Kidpreneurs, “It’s never too early!” And we recently met a couple of Kidpreneurs who prove that point. Twin brothers Zachary and Joshua Neyens invented their breakthrough product, Buggie Bag, when they were just six years old. Since then, the product, which is a designer dust cover for dune buggies

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Kidpreneurs Interview: Jason O'Neill of Pencil Bugs

People sometimes question whether a kid can truly be an entrepreneur. Sure, they can have a lemonade stand or something like that, but does any kid have what it takes to be a “real” entrepreneur? Of course we knew the answer to that question before writing Kidpreneurs, and since then, we’ve had the pleasure of

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Kidpreneurs Book Review

We were delighted to read the Review of Kidpreneurs written by: Kirsten J. Barker of Prendismo.com Book Review: “Kidpreneurs” Posted by KJB When Adam Toren offered me the opportunity to read “Kidpreneurs”, a book that he authored with his brother Matthew Toren, I jumped at the chance. As an entrepreneur – and a mother of

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"You've heard the saying, 'It's never too late.' We say, 'It's never too early!'"

~ Adam & Matthew Toren