"How to Make Serious Money as a Teenager" by Kole F Nunley Shows
Teenagers How to Get Past Minimum Wage
New York -
This week "How to Make Serious Money as a Teenager" by teenage
author Kole F Nunley was released by Amazon.com as a Kindle ebook.
The book is a teenage entrepreneur's guide to starting small businesses
that can earn what adults would consider a full-time income. Available
for download at
think they have to clean up yards for $20 or work evenings frying
fries for minimum wage, but the truth is there are plenty of teenagers
who earn $20,000 to $40,000 a year running their own small business,"
said Kole Nunley, himself a 16 year-old high school student.
This is Nunley's
second book. His first "How to Make Running Not Suck -- and Lose
Weight" appeared last year.
"How to Make
Serious Money as a Teenager" gives real life examples and useable
tips for teenagers in choosing the right business, getting started,
and staying the course until profits start to appear.
"One of the
big problems for teenagers is they are usually full-time students,
we have a social life, and running a business has to be serious
and organized," Nunley said.
The book points
out teenagers can easily turn their biggest interests and hobbies
into a business that make money doing what is most rewarding.
Rather than moving furniture and scrubbing sinks, a teenager can
design mobile APPs, record rock bands, make industry videos, and
a host of other high-skill services.
already have most of the education adults have, so there is no
real reason why we have to settle for only the most basic jobs.
We have the knowledge to be full participants in the economy,"
books, Nunley is a serious jazz trombonist who is a member of
the All-State Honors Jazz Band. He previously starred in a television
series broadcast in his local area. Nunley uses his busy life
as evidence teenagers can take on many challenging activities
and do them all well.
can be found online at http://BizGuru.com. Twitter feeds related
to the new book are @KoleNunley.