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I can imagine it must be somewhat odd to start a business whenyou're a teenager. Odd in the sense that you're likelydoing something that most of your other friends aren't. Maybethey're playing sports, and you're working on a businessplan. Maybe they're gathering for pizza and a movie, andyou're designing a logo and business cards. Maybe they'rethinking about what job they'll get when they graduate fromcollege, and your "job" requires that you be the boss.All in all, your experience is drastically different from anyoneyour age who is not an entrepreneur.
I can also imagine that this knowledge can be a bit unsettlingat times. While deep down you know you want to own a business, youmight be tempted to go along with the crowd on those toughdays--the days when you would much rather be playing sports oreating pizza than worrying about starting a business.
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