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Teen Entrepreneur Toolbox: The Small-Business Guide for Teens (Paperback)
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In the Teen Entrepreneur Toolbox, Anthony ONeal walks teenagers through eight easy, practical steps for starting their own business. This is the must-have small-business guide for teens and parents Whether it's making slime, mowing lawns, babysitting, selling on eBay, or creating an Etsy boutique store, the Teen Entrepreneur Toolbox will help teens turn their money-making idea into a real business. The Toolbox is a step-by-step guide for any teen who wants to start their own business. It includes business ideas, activities, and authentic, real-life stories from teenagers and successful entrepreneurs. The Teen Entrepreneur Toolbox will help teenagers: - Learn what being an entrepreneur is all about - Identify a business idea that is fun―and profitable - Create a marketing plan that works - Learn the basics of customer service - Make smart money decisions once the cash starts coming in What You Get: * Teen Portfolio: This is the heart of the Toolbox. The portfolio guides your teen through eight steps that will show them how to start and run a successful small business. * Parent Guide: If you're wondering how you can help your teen along the way, the parent guide is your best friend. It not only shows you the text from the student portfolio, but also suggests practical ideas for guiding your teen through the eight steps of the Toolbox. * DVD: Anthony ONeal has a passion for helping teens achieve their dreams. In this twenty-minute video, Anthony walks teens through the Toolbox's eight steps with the perfect mix of humor and common sense. * Goal Tracker: This poster is designed to keep teens on track with their goals. As the numbers grow, so will their confidence and sense of pride * Conversation Starters: These Q&A flash cards can spark great conversations about the tougher parts of running a business. Discovering the answers is great, but quality time is an added benefit * Thank-You Cards: Customers like a little appreciation. These notes are tangible ways teens can stay in touch with their customers and keep those connections strong. * The Teen Entrepreneur Toolbox App: Okay, so the app's not actually in the Toolbox, but you can download it for free. Plus, the access code in the Toolbox lets you plug into even more great resources.