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Entrepreneurship is unique in that it encompasses and concentrates all areas of business into one entity, a stool in this case. Additionally, a business grows much like a person. Except, in most cases you want your business to grow fat.

That fat person resides on your entrepreneurial stool and it’s your responsibility to make sure it doesn’t collapse.

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Earlier this week my New Venture Management professor, Dr. Jeff Lewis, shared 10 things he has learned through his personal entrepreneurial experiences.

He has invented products that are being sold nationwide at major retailers, has managed a real estate finance business and worked as a church administrator and pastor. Needless to say, my professor has some good advice.

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In order for a young business person to be successful, they have to learn a new set of vocabulary. Certain terms are applicable to all businesses, no matter the size. I have compiled a list of 27 basic business terms all teen businesses should use.

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