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By Amy Rauch Neilson

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( So you've been thinking about starting your own business. Andyou've been mulling over a few different ideas. Where do you gofrom here? To get you started down the right path, we've gotfour quick steps that two successful teens took:

Step 1: Choose the business that'sright for you. How do you know which business to choose?For starters, it has to be something you enjoy doing--becauseyou're going to spend a lot of time at it. There also has to bea market for your goods or services.

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