Teen Entrepreneur Farrah Gray of Farr- Out Foods

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Teen Entrepreneur Farrah Gray of Farr- Out Foods

Well, When Farrah started his first venture he was not a teen. So honestly speaking he should not be in this category of Entrepreneurs. However, he made his first made his Million dollars between the age of 13-16 years and that’s why he is in this category.

Ohh….!!!! I forget to tell you that he started his first business when he was 10…!!!

Well, Yes. At the age of 10 years he and his friends started the business club and raised US $ 15,000 to finance a Lemonade Stand, an Internet Comic book and a traveling mini-mart.

And yes, When he was 12 years old, he founded the Venture Capital fund and raised US $ 1 Million from private Investors to help teens starting Business.

Still want more proof of the intelligence and the business sense of this Kid?….Well, than read ahead.

For Gray, who is now 17 (As of May 2010) and a self-made millionaire, that pre-teen foray was just the beginning of a rewarding career in finance. Today, he has offices on Wall Street, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, commands up to $10,000 as a public speaker, has been the chief executive of four companies, and is one of two youth members on the South Nevada United Way Board of Directors.

Farrah doesn’t have any college degrees or MBA degree to run the businesses.

Between the ages of 12 and 16 he operated a number of different businesses at least one of which, Farr-Out Foods, generate over $1.5 million in income.

Moral of the Story:

Well, Yes. Farrah made his first million even before leaving the school. So What lesson will you learn from Farrah? Do You really think that doing a Business is risky as school and our parents tell us every time?

Do You really think that School and college education is MUST become financially successful in your life? Well, I don’t think so. These information age kids are making millions of dollars without having any college degrees.

While School system is designed in such a manner that it only creates employees and self-employees. But these kids have chosen to live differently. They have not chosen to work 9 to 5 for a full month to earn that paycheck at the end of the month.

So Which pathway you have chosen in your Life?….A Pathway of living Paycheck to Paycheck or a Pathway of Financial Freedom?…!!!

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