Inside the Mind of a Teen Entrepreneur | 03/08/2016

You guys, my brain. I cannot. Anyway, I wanted to share a little bit of my brain today. Not literally. Don't worry. If you're ...

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You guys, my brain. I cannot.

Anyway, I wanted to share a little bit of my brain today. Not literally. Don't worry.

If you're ever wondering what it's like inside the head of an entrepreneur, this is your chance. I saw this picture on twitter today (source) and it inspired me to share a little more about what's in my head right now.
For a little context, right now I'm super focused on my Summer Camp Business (Let's Camp Kids) and am currently working through promotions of it. These are some of the thoughts that went through my head today.


Sleep is highly overrated.
Haha. I know sleep is good. In fact, sleep is one of the most amazing miracles ever created. But right now, the opportunity costs of sleeping are just too high.

Client lists client lists client lists.
You guys, I love my clients. I have so many lists of clients. Everywhere. It's weird.

Did I seriously just write my name 50 times?!
Um yes, addressing envelopes is annoying. 

Did I seriously just print 50 pages of flyers and registration forms at 11pm??
Why, I have no idea.

School is annoying.
I could be doing so much more if I freaking didn't care about grades. Unfortunately, I'm Asian. I promise, not trying to be stereotypical or racists or whatever. 

Designing websites is tough.

I love entrepreneurship.
Ah yes, the sleepless nights and stressful days are so charming.

No but really, I love entrepreneurship.
It is rather nice to be my own boss.

54 pages to edit and submit by Thursday? NBD.
If you follow me on twitter, you may have seen my little melt down over a project I'm working on. I'm all good now.

There are some awesome entrepreneurs. I'll never be as good as them.
That's okay though. We're all epic in our own way.

Wow, the guy biking next to me at the gym is going really fast. I bet he's not as good at marketing as me, though.
I have this weird tendency to compete. Especially when the other person doesn't know it.

Why am I an entrepreneur when I hate public speaking?!?!
Pitches = freaky.

Oh yeah, I still need to buy some "business clothes" for the entrepreneur conference thing.

A vacation sounds great right about now.
Palm trees. Sunshine. No internet connection. ahhhhhhhhh.

Project due Thursday that I must present? NBD.
Yes, this is different than the aforementioned project. This one involves glue guns. And entrepreneurship. 

Oh yeah, I still have to make business cards.

You guys, there's gotta be a way I can use this business for more than my glory.
Oh let me just take a break from school to see what kind of non profits there are in my home town.

Oh yeah, I have to write that article for that teen magazine.

But seriously, what I'm doing is epic.
I know it's really hard. But no one said world changers have it easy. 

Rock on, entrepreneurs. It may be crazy insane lunacy, but entrepreneurship is awesome.

And hey, share some of the thoughts that run through your head each day!! I'd really love to know.

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8 comments

  1. This is so funny, I know I have thought these things before for small business ideas. Good luck with the projects you are working on, you got this. I know you do!
    Much love,
    Vanessa

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  2. Haha, this is great! You go girl!

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  3. Thoughts? You mean, your mind is supposed to be coherent? Hah.. hah hah... hah... nope. Right now, basically just shrieking about figuring out my business plan. That, and attempting to sort out everything for my slowly-building rabbitry... Business is hard. .-.

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    1. HAHAHA your comment is awesome. Business is hard, but (hopefully) so worth it!!

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  4. Oh my goodness, this is hilarious. I agree with Anna- thoughts are supposed to be coherent? Because mine aren't.

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    1. Okay, honestly only like 2% of my thoughts are coherent. Those are the ones I share. ;)

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