Eva Baker is one special entrepreneur. She runs a successful blog. She started her own conference. She does consulting. And did I mention she started it all while still a teenager?
Eva is the brain behind The Teenpreneur Conference and the money management blog, TeensGotCents.com. Since catching the entrepreneurial bug at age fifteen, Eva’s been paving her own way in the business world, learning how to grow her business, and defying the notion that teenagers can’t be successful entrepreneurs. Eva joins me today to share her entrepreneurial origin story, words of wisdom for her fellow teenpreneurs (and their parents), and a few of the important business lessons she’s learned from her journey so far.
As someone who didn’t discover entrepreneurship until my twenties, I’m blown away by Eva’s focus and commitment to pursuing her dream. Whether you started your business career at fourteen or forty, you’ll want to hear Eva’s story!
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