What was your biggest accomplishment in high school?
Was it that you were inducted into the the academic honor society, lettered in varsity football, simply got a date to the Homecoming dance?
Well, if you’re Jarrin C. Lawton, it might be becoming an entrepreneur.
Lawton is an author, entrepreneur and motivational speaker. Lawton penned the book “How to Run a Successful Business while in High School,” which provides insights on how to start a business and when, geared toward 13 to 18 year olds.
As an author, Lawton shares his knowledge, experience, tips and more for the young entrepreneur who isn’t willing to use his/her age as an excuse to procrastinate their progress toward self-made success.
Are you in high school?
Do you have interest in becoming an entrepreneur?
What are you waiting for?
No one needs to give you permission to succeed other than yourself.
Pick up Lawton’s book to get inspired to take action now.
Or, if you’re a parent, teacher or mentor of a budding entrepreneurial-minded young person, pick up the book as a gift to give.
Posted by Nick Venturella
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