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Teenage Entrepreneurs: The Best Time To Start Your Own Business

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Teenage Entrepreneurs: The Best Time To Start Your Own Business.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Peter Osalor(Author)

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Mandisa is a fourteen year old secondary school student who enjoys painting and making greeting cards for friends and family. In less than six months Mandisa has been able to make cards, for all occasions, for over one hundred and twenty customers. This has helped her make enough money to help her family and sustain her in school.The next entrepreneur could be you. Like Mandisa, you are going to learn the most important secrets you need to know on how to start your own business. Irrespective of your age, whether you’re in secondary school or freshly out of it, you stand an equal chance of succeeding.All over the world, there are fewer and fewer jobs every year, millions of people go through the schooling system, graduate and are still unable to find jobs. The only way out is entrepreneurship; becoming your own boss. This solution has been recognised by world leaders like the United States President, Barack Obama, and many others.Entrepreneurship is the only solution to the economic crisis the world is facing.

The Author is a consummate entrepreneur who has established various international businesses. His primary enterprise, Peter Osalor and Co - an accounting firm has locations in London and five cities in Nigeria. In addition, he is the founder of success in your business, a non-profit making organisation dedicated to eradicating poverty by equipping individuals with the entrepreneurial spirit and the right skills to succeed in business. Indeed, his mission for the past thirty years is to ignite an entrepreneurial spirit in individuals so they can fulfill their potential. His passion for spreading the entrepreneurial spirit shines forth in all his undertakings and reflect a solid background in teaching, accounting, management and business building.

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Book details

  • PDF | 86 pages
  • Peter Osalor(Author)
  • POSAG International Ltd (27 Mar. 2013)
  • English
  • 6
  • Business, Finance & Law

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  • By Sandra on 21 March 2013

    'Teenage Entrepreneurs' is a wake up call for the teenagers out there. This book is packed with so much useful information that I would even recommend the book to everyone who is tentative about make a move into the business world. This book takes the time to break down the reasons why teenagers should consider running their own businesses; the traits they need to develop that will lay a solid foundation for their entrepreneurial journey and there is a whole list of possible business opportunities that teenagers can explore.I say this section makes the purchase of this book a worthwhile investment. I think a lot of people are hindered because they feel the right idea does not exist for them but this helps to solve this. Now all you need is belief that you can do this an then take the plunge! Come on Teenagers, take the plunge into the exciting world of the Entrepreneurs

  • By Sue on 29 December 2013

    This was bought for a 'difficult to buy for' grandson. The book gave sound examples of how to start your own business. the book arrived on time and well packaged.

  • By Andre Barrow on 8 January 2014

    well written great gift for a 15 year old to get them thinking about their future. Highly recommended - go for it.

  • By Bob Devine on 27 January 2015

    Hard to describe how poor this book is - one star is too much.

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