What It Looks Like To Start A Business Young
So, have you wondered about your children’s future and what it looks like to start a business young?
And what if they say that they want to start their own business one day? Would you encourage them to do it?
Starting a business at a young age can have numerous benefits for entrepreneurs, including gaining valuable experience and skills, creating financial independence, and fostering personal and professional growth.
However, there are also unique challenges that young entrepreneurs may face, such as limited resources and credibility in the business world. Overcoming these challenges can inspire a younger generation to pursue their own entrepreneurial dreams.
One of the biggest benefits of starting a business at a young age is the opportunity to gain valuable experience and skills.
Young entrepreneurs are often more willing to take risks and try new things, which can lead to a greater understanding of what it takes to succeed in the business world.
Starting a business at a young age can also provide a valuable learning opportunity for future careers, as entrepreneurs must learn to manage finances, market products or services, and build and manage teams.
So, with that, I want to introduce you to Lucy Carter-Vale.
Lucy’s a young entrepreneur who started LMA Studios, a dancing school, at the age of twenty.
She runs her business completely solo and has so many unique ideas to grow the dancing school into an extraordinary success.
She’s going to share her incredible story and inspire you to think about what options are available also for your children, if they want to start their own businesses one day.
Today you’re going to learn:
- The highs and lows of being a young female business owner
- Being open-minded that every day is a learning-day
- Inspiring the next generation by example
- The different views of success and what it means to you & your children.
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