It is easy to mix up success and fame…
For teenagers born with social media and the celebrities’ phenomena, the distinction can be particularly difficult. Most of their idols are indeed famous. This will naturally lead them to align their definition of success on a measure of fame.
At Biz4Teens, we believe that success comes before fame. We also think that all teenagers can be successful enterprising teenagers. We have developed a methodology to reach this objective. We help teenagers set themselves a series of goals and deliver results on each of these goals. This ensures they can build their success step by step, and eventually reach fame…
In a recent article published on Influencive.com, Deepak Maddila looks into what can help enterprising teenagers and young adults accelerate their success.
He interviewed several successful young entrepreneurs. He determined the key reason for their accelerated path to success was establishing credibility early.
He highlights several ways they took to achieve this:
– understand what you excel at and build your brand around it,
– talk positively about your successes and get the media to tell your story,
– work with established brands and get results for them.
Obviously these young entrepreneurs also had to work incredibly hard until they got their first win. But then future successes were made easier by applying the above principles consistently.
We strongly adhere to this view. We have built the Biz4Teens approach so that teenagers can clinch their first deal as early as possible in their enterprising journey.
We have also identified the 7 skills teenagers will learn by starting their own small business. Skill #6 is precisely how they can grow a customer base by gaining credibility. It also covers how they can leverage credibility to progress from their first client win to other larger client wins.
So, if you too want to become a successful enterprising teenager, join our programme! You will learn the 7 skills of business. You will work on developing your idea and generate revenues from serving the needs of your customers.
Come and join us we are building enterprising teenagers!
Here is the link to Deepak Maddila’s article: