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Farrah Gray: Millionaire at Age 14

Farrah Gray, 21-year-old entrepreneur and author of Reallionaire: Nine Steps to Becoming Rich From the Inside Out, likes recipes. At age 6, when he created his own blend of body lotion by mixing the remains of near-empty bottles he found in his bathroom. At 13 he began his first company, FarrOut Foods that netted him his first million dollars.

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Entrepreneurs possess certain skills and attitudes that set them apart from traditional business managers. Entrepreneurial ventures come in all sizes and types, from part-time money projects to the large corporations that can be started in your basement. ou can learn the skills and attitudes of an entrepreneur. There are three courses to take for a WCC Entrepreneurship Certificate that prepares you for the rigor of business ownership when coupled with acquired business, technical, or occupational knowledge. The Entrepreneurship Certificate provides students with the business knowledge, skills, and attitudes they need to start and operate a small business such as:
  • Preparing in-depth evaluation of a business initiative
  • Determining profit potential of a particular market
  • Hands-on experience in running a business and
  • Networking with community agencies



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