My first business was a total success; I was about 8 years old and made $11 from selling ice cold, 25 cent lemonade on a hot summer day. I, of course, was the leader of the opperation since I was the oldest and bossiest of the neighborhood gang. Every cent of the profit we made went to the local Humane Society because my love for telling people what to do was equal to my love for animals.
Since that day, I have been passionately dedicated to the idea of starting my own business. As a Management major at the Isenberg School of Management, I've been working on channeling my bossiness into leadership skills and people management. I am learning how to build a successful business so that I can someday achieve my entrepreneurial dreams.