For this post, I’m going to dig deep into my personal space: the “Business” folder on my phone. This little icon is a gold mine of free apps that will revolutionize your productivity and organize your entire life.
19-year-old Samoa Blanchet runs her own company, Ink’d by Samoa, where she works with other entrepreneurs to find their angle and create their brand. She’s currently a college sophomore and she balances running Ink’d by Samoa with being a full-time student. Her powerful, quirky story was a joy to read and I know you’ll enjoy it, too! Continue reading
I posted a survey in the Young Entrepreneurs Facebook group and asked thousands of successful teen entrepreneurs to give their best advice to those who are just starting out. These tycoons are all between the ages of 13 and 19, but many have owned their company for three or more years! They work in a variety of fields, from consulting and writing to social media and marketing.
Out of all the answers I received, here are the top 10 best pieces of advice for beginners. You might be surprised. Continue reading
Coding is the secret sauce to the success of so many teen freelancers. It opens the door to building a great blog, rocking your graphic design, and of course working in web development.
But learning to code is pretty tough. I don’t use code for this website yet, but I did code part of a robot this spring using Java—it was tricky. Luckily, there are some awesome resources out there to get you over the coding learning curve. Here are five of the best. Continue reading
“What’s your favorite subject?” is a classic icebreaker question at teen events. It’s so trite and overused that you probably don’t even want to answer it anymore.
But I’m here to ask you, just one more time—because I know how the answer to that question can make you a lot of money. So…what’s your favorite subject? Continue reading
If you’ve decided to pursue freelance writing and don’t know where to start, content mills are the best bet.
These sites allow you to join a pool of thousands of writers, and you can take individual requests or respond to larger calls. They tell you what to write, or you can create your own topics and set your own rates. Continue reading