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( - Every entrepreneur needs someone toturn to for advice, no matter how many rungs up the ladder ofsuccess you've climbed. Owning your own business, after all, isa journey, not a destination. And that's a fact that hasn'tslipped past 'trep K-K Gregory.

The 19-year-old's journey began nearly a decade ago, whenshe invented Wristies, a fleece warmer worn between a coat andgloves to keep the snow out, and opened her own business. Sincethen, Gregory has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show and, morerecently, the Ananda Lewis Show. Wristies are now sold in storesaround the country and on the Web at

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