Age is just a number when it comes to creativity, passion, making money and following your dreams. It doesn’t matter whether you are 9 or 90; all that matters is your ability to take risks, your desire to get out of your comfort zone out in the wild to achieve what you have always dreamed of. If you are reading this and want to pursue your dreams in life, know that there are many people in the world who are actually making a history. These people also had their problems and stress and societal shackles, but they broke all of them to get what they want. Today, let me show you some of the stories of teenagers who are already making millions with their companies, ideas or work on the internet. Let’s get started.
Teenagers Making Millions with Their Businesses
Meet Evan, an 8 year old cute boy making more than 1 million each year with his famous YouTube channel. Evan talks about toys, stories, kids’ interests, cartoons and hero movies on his channel. He uses YouTube ads and toy sponsorships to make money. If Evan could start a YouTube channel and make money, what’s stopping you?
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Tyler Dikman is the founder of CoolTronics & LoungeBuddy. He is not a teenager now, but when he started making millions he was just 14 years old. At that time, the internet boom was at its start. Tyler launched CoolTronics website to tell people how to use internet, how to block viruses and fix Windows issues. Within months his business thrived and he now has many business ventures.
Nick D’Aloisio developed an app called Summly. It was a news aggregation and curation app. The app got so famous that Yahoo decided to buy it for no less than $30 million. This made Nick, 17 year old guy who was studying in school at that time, a millionaire.
Sean McElrath, 17, made an app called Hallway which was targeted to help school students in collaborative study. You could post and share notes and assignments, chat and do other study stuff remotely with your friends. This app raised millions through venture capital firm and Sean became a millionaire.
Kevin Petrovic, a college dropout, made an app called FlightCar which lets people park their cars on airport and rent them to other people while they are away. This app raised more than $6.1 million in capital from investment and it is backed by Y Combinator.
Cameron Johnson had a knack to sell things since his early childhood. When he was 5, he was selling vegetables around his home just for fun.
He started a company called “Cheers and Tears” when he was 12 to sell greeting cards. His business went up and started making more than $50,000 a year. He then used this money to start more ecommerce ventures and also started selling stuff on eBay.
Juliette is behind the famous teenage girls website Miss O and Friends. She was just 10 years old when she started this website. Soon after the launch, she started making huge amounts of money.
Juliette also started a books website and other business ventures. She has a net worth of $15 million.