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A Young Business Person
They say that necessity is the mother of invention. I think that this is true. There is a possibility that being a businessperson is not I skill that I was born having but rather instilled. Many kids have to wait up to high school or higher levels to understand their interest. Well, that was not me. It took me only seven years of my life to understand that I could succeed in business. When I was seven years old, and at primary school, my classmates had pocket money. I was not that lucky, and I only had money for breakfast. This made me think of ways I could earn pocket money. It dawned to me that cartoon sticks were popular among my classmates. So using my breakfast money, I would buy cartoon sticks and later sell them to my classmates. This way I was at par with my classmates.
From that tender age, I was certain that business was my interest. My family has not been fortunate and y parents have to struggle to bring my siblings and me up. That is why, when I was growing I had to come up with other ideas that would assist me to raise money for my upkeep. Despite my tender age, I would have a business venture that in most cases would lift a portion of the burden of my parents. In accordance to this, I have had to work in various places. At times, I have had to assist my employer to make business decisions concerning their business. One of my employers, when I was working part time, told me that if I concentrated on my studies I would be excellent in business. To date, I take the utteran.............
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