If you can save and invest just $30,000 as a teenager, you’re set for life (retirement is taken care of).
So why wait to start a business until college, or after college, or after your first job, when the world is willing to pay big bucks for your Native Digital expertise today? There has never been a better time to start a (crazy profitable) business as a teenager than right now. And guess what? Making money doesn’t require a college degree anymore. Just an Internet connection and a radical idea (which this mini-book is full of).
The Category Pirates—Christopher Lochhead, Eddie Yoon, and Nicolas Cole—have created their most forward-leaning mini-book yet, this time speaking directly to teenagers itching to start their entrepreneurial careers. This mini-book is the ultimate guide to starting a business as a Native Digital in a world full of Native Analogs who have no idea how to perform even the most basic digital tasks—like setup their Peloton, sync their Apple Watch, or accept payments via Venmo.
In this mini-book, you will learn:
Short, straight to the point, and a lifetime’s worth of business ideas, if you are a teenage entrepreneur (or a parent who wants to encourage their child’s entrepreneurial tendencies) then this mini-book is the place to start.