It is February. Likely, you have either gotten a jump-start on your New Year’s resolutions or your goals have fallen off.
It doesn’t have to be hard, complex or labor-intensive to start and run a micro business.
A teenager can do more than a lemonade stand and they can do it on their own. The Micro Business for Teens books are written with that in mind–simple, effective & easy-to-read.
Your micro business doesn’t have to be the next Apple or Microsoft.
Try going back to the basics.
Babysitting, lawn care (or snow shoveling) are GREAT first micro businesses for teens.
They never run out of style as long as there are parents who want a night out and as long as grass grows.
New ideas are great, but the tried-and-true ideas can you give you a first-start to making an income and practicing business skills.
February can seem cold and lifeless but getting back to the basics will put life into your business goals.