Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Kids Making a Difference

Adults are always asking little kids what they want to be when they grow up because they're looking for ideas. --Paula Poundstone

The Difference Kids are Making:
9-year-old Neha started off selling handmade greeting cards and wine charms. Now, at 13, her nonprofit has raised $30,000 for orphans in India. 10-year-old Kelly invented the T-Pack (a fanny pack worn on the thigh). Now a millionaire, she teaches entrepreneurship to children, and is an author on the side. Oh, and she's 18. With the internet providing easy access to business innovation websites like StartUpNation.com and Young Entrepreneur, standing on the shoulders of giants has never been so easy. The result? Kids tapping into their creativity, and making a difference. [ more ]
Today's Tip: Help a child explore his or her own creativity today. Be their biggest cheerleader!


  1. I love this!!!

    And I love that quote. It's really true for me. :)

  2. They amaze me, they have such wonderful ideas and determination. Thank you for sharing.

  3. That has challenged me. I must make a difference.

  4. Wow - that is incredible. And us adults find so many excuses NOT to make a difference....


Looking forward to seeing how you made a difference today!