Mark Cuban’s Perfect Advice for Kid Entrepreneurs

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A kid entrepreneur is not like and adult entreprenuer. Treat them differently--or you miss the whole point. Nothing feels better than to talk to a couple of kid entrepreneurs with a good idea, youthful enthusiasm and that air of possibility. It gives me hope for our future. Really. Let's understand that the speed of change is so profound today, that we will require leaders who embrace the change instead of being in fear of change. Shark Tank's success as a show featuring entrepreneur's discussing/negotiating idea validation from both sides of a transaction has brought entrepreneurship to the living room. Their willingness to feature kids is even more special as it reveals the possibility of success at any age. Check out Mark's advice to his younger self. Check out my good friend Mikaila Ulmer of BeeSweet Lemonade or Ryan Kelly of Ryan's Barkery both who negotiated deals on the show. I have had the pleasure to work with both as part of Independent Youth, an organization that works with kid entrepreneurs teaching other kids about entrepreneurship. We all know that creating a successful company is difficult at any age. Finding a timely good idea then executing a product roll out while generating enough revenue to actually make a business profitable and

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