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     I’m pretty sure if you were to look up the term serial entrepreneur in the dictionary, my picture would be right there. The first gig I remember creating was buying candy from our local corner store and marking up the price and reselling it at school. In middle school, I started making custom bracelets with sayings on them.


     I’d make about $100-$200/week. In High School, my pop pop bought me a desktop computer with a CD burner and I’d burn CD’s for my classmates. When I got to college I was one of very few people with a printer and it was a color printer (I know! I’m dating myself), but I’d charge my classmates to print their homework and term papers. Entrepreneurship is in my blood. Both of my parents are entrepreneurs and my pop pop was a serial entrepreneur.


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