Thu, August 22, 2019

Getting Started

In this series, we ask question: “What is the best way for teens to get started in their own business?” As a teen, you may have one hundred ideas for business. Now, you are looking at this page like a preschooler looking at calculus. Our goal is to point you in the right direction so you can get started well.

If this was a race, you would need to know where to start and what lane to stay in. You would also need to know what kind of race it is. A sprint is a lot different than a marathon. Just pretend we are your coach and you are in ‘spring training’ for business. We will stand along side you encouraging you and telling you what step to take next.

We have broken the whole series into four sections that are easy to understand: Dream, Define, Do and Develop. Each article will have a section where you can ‘take action’ on what you are reading about. We will also suggest other articles to read.

I know there are a thousand different paths you can take. We are showing you the one that has worked best for teens we know. If you get lost along the way or if you just want to ask questions, click on an article and add a comment. We will answer it in a day or two unless it is a weekend.

If you follow this series, you have a good foundation to build any business you want. And you will be way ahead of most adults who have not ever thought about starting a business.

You are off to a good start by reading this article. Now Take Action and move on to the next article: Dreams and Ideas. Ready, set, . . . .

Here are some articles that may be helpful:
Read this if you think your parents won’t believe you.
Read this for other teens already doing business.
Read this to find out why you should start now.
Read this to know that you can do it.

After thot: Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize. (I Cor 9:24)

——- Read the “Getting Started On The Right Track” series ——-
1. Getting Started
2. Learn to dream
3. Find a mentor
5. Develop a business Plan
6. SIP: Systems in PLace
7. Getting your marketing started

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