We could all learn a lot about business and life from Moziah Bridges.
In the past three years, while his classmates were doing homework and playing sports, Moziah Bridges built himself a $150,000 business.
That’s right–he started his business when he was 9 years old. Not yet a teenager, Bridges now has five staff members and has received a ton of media attention, from an appearance on the TV show Shark Tank to features in O magazine and Vogue.
“I like to wear bow ties, because they make me look good and feel good,” Bridges writes on his website. “Designing a colorful bow tie is just part of my vision to make the world a fun and happier place.”
Ever the fashionista, he’s reveled in style from a young age. At four years old, Bridges wore a suit and tie whenever possible and insisted on dressing himself.
Want to know more about Moziah Bridges and how this kidpreneur started his business? Click here!
7 year old Abby shares highlights of her annual “Pay it Forward Project.” This year, she wanted to show gratitude to the Lakewood Colorado Police Department. Watch this video to find out how Abby pays it forward!
A first grade classroom in Fresno, California inspires their entire school, The Starr Elementary School, by starting the KIND KIDS CLUB where kids do 10 random acts of kindness and share it with their classmates.
“Not only are their academics important to me, but that emotional and social growth is extremely important. I think it’s magical to watch those kids’ faces when they’ve done something for somebody and see their response when they get the fact that they are giving something and their not getting anything in return, but they’re still so excited. I think that is just incredible.” – Marceen Farsakian, Teacher and Kind Kids Club Founder.
Watch the video above to see what random acts of kindness projects they came up with!