Episode 31: The Seven-Year Old Who Can Change the World [PODCAST]

I had an interesting experience a while ago as I left my office for the night. I met a seven-year old who I think embodies what it is to be a World Changer. And she probably doesn’t even know it. This very brief discussion with a seven-year old really lit a fire in me and was one of the inspirations for this podcast.

Child Entrepreneur who can change the world

Seven-year old Jalen asked me, “Do you like Burger King?

I told her that I don’t and she mentioned that she was trying to sell a coupon for a free burger for a dollar.

“Is that for school?” I asked.

“No. I found it in the newspaper and I’m trying to sell it. It’s worth two dollars and I’m going to sell it for a dollar.”

It’s that attitude that I believe more of us need and that’s what I share in today’s podcast.

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  • Parenting provides some interesting opportunities to encourage entrepreneurship. My daughter has been making and selling her own jewelry to fund her missions trips the past three summers. I would say that is pretty entrepreneur-like.

    • Absolutely! What I think is so cool about this story though is that I know her parents aren’t entrepreneurs and aren’t encouraging it. Someone has to though!