Tuscaloosa 7-year-old Launches Business Selling Accessories
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As you know, most Americans have significantly increased the amount of purchases they’re making online, which is why it is important for all businesses to have websites. (We build them and manage them, too. Learn more about Townsquare Interactive at this link.)
Even if an entrepreneur uses social media platforms to advertise his or her businesses, having a good website for purchases is essential.
Thursday, October 1, seven-year-old Bella launched Bella’s Box, her accessories business.
Bella is following in the footsteps of some of the greatest women in her life. Her mother, Que Chandler, is a community activist, blogger, and model who is guiding her children to not only think critically but to also be authentic and leaders.
One of the biggest lessons many parents are teaching their children today (and sometimes just learning themselves) is financial freedom. So, it’s great to see children grasp ahold of the concept of being entrepreneurs and working towards their goals now rather than waiting to see what they can become when they get older.
That’s the exact opposite of the way many of us were taught.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
Can you recall how many times you were asked that question as a child? It’s understandable if lofty goals required more mature minds and without a doubt many occupations have age requirements for various training programs.
However, why wait for tomorrow what you can do today? It’s never too soon to start making moves toward financial freedom. As a matter of fact the earlier the better, and it appears that little Miss Bella is off to a great start!
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