Lessons learned from my newest book “Boy Entrepreneur”
Boy Entrepreneur is an inspirational fable of free enterprise and self-leadership. It describes the determined action a 12-year old Hawaiì kid (Ikaika Marks) takes when he needs to raise money to pay his way to a baseball tournament in California. Ultimately, he decides to earn it himself by selling his hand-carved maku necklaces to tourists who come off the cruise ship each week.
Even though you will cheer Ikaika on as he earns enough to pay his way, the real story lies in the advice he receives from the famous authors, speakers, and mentors he meets – advice on how to succeed in business and life.