Amazing Young Entrepreneurs

This weekend I met a young boy with his own business card. We were talking books when I suggested he take one of my cards. He then offered me, his. Wow! He twists balloons into fun animal shapes for birthday parties, picnics and events and also creates amazing Paracord bracelets and key chains. I then noticed how he was wearing about 10 bracelets on his wrist and his mom had a few on hers. Needless to say, I now own a homemade Paracord bracelet (in rainbow colors of course.)

Here is my bracelet and a picture of some of his latest works:

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His creativity is amazing and I highly encourage you to support him. You know you want a pink ribbon or an Ichthus fish. And if you check out his Facebook page, you will see his creativity doesn’t stop there. Talent, ingenuity and desire. A young man following his dreams. Learn more about this amazing young entrepreneur here: https://www.facebook.com/twistedTx

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Later that day I met another amazing girl, a 10 year old published author! I absolutely adore young authors because I know, from firsthand experience, how amazingly imaginative and creative they are. Yet get this, her book, by “The Decade Author” consists of 10 short stories, one for each year of her life. How cool is that? I just bought a book and encourage you to do the same. My goal as an author has always been to encourage children to write (hence my Call to Write Challenge) and I am always amazed to learn that some are pushing forward a heck of a lot faster than I ever did! You go girl!

Support a young author. Help her follow her dreams and learn more about her book at: http://www.amazon.com/Short-Stories-Poems-Mind-Year/dp/1499290039/ref=lh_ni_t?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

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Finally, last but certainly not least, another absolutely amazing twelve year old author. I met this boy at the Weihnachtsmarkt in New Braunfels (don’t ask me to pronounce that). Standing at his table selling his book made me proud for him. I loved his excitement and enthusiasm, but better yet, I LOVED his book! I thoroughly enjoyed the story and found the creativity a joy. His mother helped him edit it and I truly felt they both did an amazing job. He captured my attention to the end and I laughed many times as he came up with some of his ‘plans’. I think everyone should read this, not only to support a young authors dreams but because it was simply fun to read.

Show your support for this young author and buy his book.  It is a scary, exciting thing getting your story out there and encouragement is key if you want them to keep at it. Learn more about his book here: http://www.amazon.com/Dragon-My-Backyard-Ethan-Peltier/dp/150077409X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1425908156&sr=8-1&keywords=dragon+in+my+backyard

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Over the years, I have met many young authors and entrepreneurs. We are blessed to live in a era where technology can easily assist us in seeing our dreams come to fruition. Yet holding our published book or handcrafted bracelets are only the first step. We must find the people willing to buy them, to support us and then later (hopefully) tell us what a great job we did. It is the encouragement that keeps us going. So give these kids an ‘atta boy or girl’ and share their work with others.

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