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Tales of a Young Entrepreneur: Tax Season

Spencer/ April 8, 2016/ Entrepreneurship, Life/ 0 comments

Being a young entrepreneur wasn’t always easy. When the grass wasn’t growing, I had to figure out a way to keep a steady cash flow. I was getting close to 15 years old, and going to the movies with friends wasn’t cheap. A year earlier, I had saved up enough money to buy a new computer, with the intention of

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Tales of a Young Entrepreneur: Rollin in the Green

Spencer/ March 1, 2016/ Entrepreneurship, Life/ 0 comments

Between the golf balls and loan sharking, I had some pretty fruitful years as a young entrepreneur. Times were changing though. I knew loan sharking wasn’t something I could keep up and still have respect for myself, and my young, boyish charm couldn’t sell golf balls forever. My next venture was all about that green. I think you know the

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Tales of a Young Entrepreneur: The Loan Shark

Spencer/ February 22, 2016/ Entrepreneurship, Humor/ 0 comments

After awhile, my golf ball business started to fall to the back-burner. I was getting close to 12 years old and was starting to have a lot on my plate. Evenings of searching for golf balls turned into baseball, football, and wrestling practice. Seeing the need to still have a steady stream of income (Pokemon cards weren’t cheap), I needed to

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