Q : Who are you?
I am Neva Lee Recla
Q : What do you currently do?
I am a kid entrepreneur and I am the founder of several ventures, among which Super Power Kids.
At Super Power Kids, my mission is to inspire other kids by sharing my experiences as a young entrepreneur. I am creating a bestselling book with YouSpeakIt Publishing. I am also offering businesses an opportunity to promote their brands by sponsoring a young entrepreneur.
And I’m also a host for the Super Power Kid podcast.
Q : How old were you when you started to be an Enterprising Teenager?
I started when I was 2. I joined my parents at the CEO Space business conference. Since then I never looked back. Now I am 7 and I have already operated 5 different ventures.
Q : What were you doing as an Enterprising Teenager?
In February 2012, I got my first business cards at age 2 when I attended the CEO Space International Business Conference. I made my first income selling bracelets gifted to me by another CEO Space member.
After that I have co-operated Deva Jams – Jamberry Independent Consulting with my 13 year-old sister.
In October 2014 at CEO Space, I saw my parents (Justin and Tonya Dawn Recla) being honored as veterans and this gave me the idea to do something to help veterans and wounded warriors. So I decided to launched my third business: Spreading Light, Love, and Pixie Dust™. Spreading Light, Love, and Pixie Dust™ is a philanthropic venture that supports wounded warriors and veterans. Basically I am drawing pictures and creating poems for wounded warriors and veterans. Through my corporate sponsorship program, I have distributed more than 2’000 pictures to veterans around the USA.
In August 2015, I created my own YouTube Channel doing clothing reviews for kids.
In July 2016, I started yet my fifth business recording video commercials for small businesses. This is working great as I even recorded a video for Bob Proctor!
Q : Who helped you the most when you were a teenager, and what did they do for you?
Everyone. I have a really supportive network.
Q : What is the biggest regret you have from when you were a teenager?
Letting people stop me from being who I am.
Q : What advice would you give to a teenager who wants to start a small business activity?
Just start and keep going, no matter what.
Q : How can we follow you on social media?
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