I first entered the world of entrepreneurship as a 16-year-old website developer.
Since then, I’ve moved onto bigger enterprises, like founding Adventure Capital, a venture fund and incubator that starts businesses in developing countries.
And while I’ve gained a world of insight along the way, those strategic foundations I developed while I was only in high school still serve me well — millions of dollars in revenue later.
The essence of my 16 years of business life
Whether you’re 16 or 61, every entrepreneur should be doing these four things.
1. Outsource lower-value tasks.
Freelancers can be your best friend.
They save you time and money — an entrepreneur’s two most valuable resources.
When I was 16, I was running several different sites that allowed users to download images