Successful Kid and Teen Entrepreneurs of Color

I See Me Positively ~ Successful Kid and Teen Entrepreneurs of Color

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See Me Positively ~ Successful Kid and Teen Entrepreneurs of Color

 

There’s nothing like inspiration to get the motivation juices flowing.  I know when my children see a successful person who looks like them they are not only impressed, but also have living proof of someone made their dreams come true.  I do my best to point out successful adults whenever possible, but successful children or teens are even better.  Check out these successful children and teens to help light a little fire under your kiddos!

 

 

If they want to start a Business!

 

I See Me Positively Successful Kid and Teen Entrepreneurs of Color

This dapper young man, Moziah Bridges, has successfully started his own bow tie business, Mo’s Bows.  Check out his charming and intelligent pitch to the entrepreneurs on Shark Tank.

 

 

I See Me Positively Successful Kid and Teen Entrepreneurs of Color

Meet Jayson Bledsoe,  who founded his own tech company, Bledsoe Technologies, which specializes in web design and other IT services.  Jaylen is not yet 17 years old and has already made a whopping $3.5 million! Tell any child with professional baller dreams to beat that!

 

 

I See Me Positively Successful Kid and Teen Entrepreneurs of Color

Halle and Brea Holmes created Sweet Dream Girlz, a head to toe brand for girls. This wonderful brand consists of natural beauty products for teen girls with fun and flirty scents.

 

 

Not Interested in a Business? Start a Program to Help Others!

 

I See Me Positively Successful Kid and Teen Entrepreneurs of Color

Adele Taylor wanted to “make a difference” in the world so at the age of thirteen, she decided to take create a nonprofit organization called Adele’s Literacy Library.   Adele’s Literacy Library has successfully donated thousands of brand new books and bookmarks to charitable organizations, schools, libraries and people of all ages who may not have access to books.  
 
 

I See Me Positively Successful Kid and Teen Entrepreneurs of Color

Yasmine Arrington started Enter ScholarChips in 2011, an organization which helps to raise money for kids of incarcerated parents so they can go to college. 

 

What kids, tweens or teens inspire your kiddos (and even you too)?

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