For as long as I can remember, I've been an entrepreneur.
When I was around six, I had a lemonade stand that could pull in $8 net on a good day.
In third and fourth grade, I sold candy to the other kids at 200% markups. (Supply and demand was a lesson learned early.) On a field trip day, I could pocket $15 or so.
In sixth grade, my friend Mark and I opened a baseball card shop inside his mom's gift store. We'd bug one of our parents to drive us 45 minutes to BJ's so we could buy bulk packs and turn them around for profit.
That business worked out for a while, but my card-collecting...
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