Guest Post by Millennial Go-Getter, Austin Dixon
In an age where you can make $25,000 per month selling potatoes with messages on them, it amazes me that some people still think entrepreneurs are “lucky.”
No, we’re not lucky.
We’re just crazy enough to take our ideas and make them happen.
Whether it’s drawing cats for other people or making $152,996.34 in a year by selling t-shirts, the modern day entrepreneur isn’t always some tech geek working at Silicon Valley’s “next big thing.”
The modern-day entrepreneur (believe it or not) is the one that understands all you need to start a successful business are two things:
Some work ethic
Take Josh Ryan, CEO of Cleverpreneur, for example.
Josh is an internet marketer and, at 17, has made a living out of a side hustle.
By day, Josh is a regular high school student who goes to math class and cycles in his free time.
After school, he has mastered the