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Teen business owners are popping up all over the place! Using their talents and skills to create their own companies and jobs, they are the next big leaders to look out for. Today, I talk to Isaac Cothran. Isaac is your average, outdoorsy teen who took his love for trail walking and made it a tour business geared at showing other kids how to literally go off the beaten trail. His work made big profits and helped him shake the normal first job blues.
Dog-sitting is an awesome job for responsible teenagers who love to be around animals and can work independently. Plus, it’s perfect to work around your school or work schedule. I had my first dog-sitting experience (with a super cute Australian Labradoodle), and now I’m convinced this may be the most perfect first job for teens looking for a little extra cash. Don’t forget to check the pics to see the cute dog snaps I took!
Video content is hugely popular, especially with teen blogs. If you’re a teen blogger, knowing how to find the right video, add or embed it to your post, and resize to fit the style and look of your site can totally transform how you blog. These tips will show you how to get it done in seconds flat and use video content to rack up readers and increase blog views.
Victoria Kistler is a teen you must know! At only 15 years old, she wrote an incredible speech about the dangers of student loan debt -- and she was just getting started. I talk to her about what inspired her to write that speech and how she uses the envelope system to manage her money and make smart savings moves. Her story and her drive to be financially independent will inspire you to do the same.
Brenna has always had an artistic flare, but she didn’t know she could make money off of her talents and interests until she was assigned a school project. By collaborating with her mom, Brenna turned an A+ homework piece into a thriving business. It wasn’t exactly easy. In fact, there were some pretty bad turns along the way, but now, Brenna’s Imagiframes is a thriving business!
Change jars are teens best friends. No, seriously! For the last two years, my mom and I have been saving our change in our automatic change counting jar. It can hold about $100, and when it is full, my mom and I spend the day together treating ourselves to pedicures or a spa day. It’s really an awesome way to build up our savings habits and work towards something fun together. Change counting is the best! Do you do save your pennies too?
Like most grown adults, I have a lot to be thankful for when it comes to my parents. Not only did they raise their children to be confident and smart, they also made sure to give me the best gift of all -- college without student loans. With today’s student loan debts at over $1 trillion dollars, I’m looking back to see what they did to make it happen, what motivated them, and how they prioritized my college education.