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Be Amazed at these Self-Made Kids That Are Richer Than You’ll Ever Be! Ben Pasternak – Ben became a tech tycoon when he was just 15 years old, dropping out of high school when he received enough money from a venture capital investment firm to be able to develop his third app, called Flogg. Mason Ramsey – Mikaila Ulmer – Mikaila’s business was inspired by a family recipe for flaxseed lemonade, which her Great Grandmother passed down to her. Ryan Kelly – Ryan is another successful kid entrepreneur who appeared on Shark Tank when he was just 11 years old. Moziah Bridges – 16-year-old Moziah’s business was born out of a passion for wearing three-piece suits in the playground. John Koon – John started his auto parts company, Extreme Performance Motorsports, when he was just 16-years-old. Isabella Rose Taylor – Isabella is the textbook definition of “child prodigy”. Gabby Goodwin – Gabrielle started her hair accessory business at the tender age of 7, after insisting to her mother that they needed to create a hair barrette which would stay in place all day. EvanTubeHD – Being a YouTuber is now a dream job for many school kids, but Evan was only 8 when he made the dream a reality. Alina Morse – When Alina was 7-years-old, she was offered a lollipop by a cashier at a bank. Cameron Johnson – At age 33, Cameron has already been in business for over 20 years. Ashley Qualls – Juliette Brindak – When we draw our own fictional characters as kids, we might not expect a business to come out of it.
Nick D’Aloisio – Nick taught himself how to code at the age of 12, which proved useful when he decided to design his own app, Summly, in 2011. Rachel Zietz – Rachel founded Gladiator Lacrosse, a high-quality sports equipment company, when she was just 13-years-old. Tyler Dikman – Tyler had a passion for business from an early age, selling lemonade in his neighbourhood when he was just 5-years-old. Abbey M. Fleck – Back in 1993, 8-year-old Abbey invented Makin’ Bacon, a new, quicker and healthier way to cook bacon in a microwave. Farrah Gray – Farrah was the youngest person to have a Wall Street office, and that’s an incredible feat on its own. Taylor Rosenthal – Taylor is the CEO of RecMed, which provides vending machines stocked with first aid kits.