During the pandemic opportunities such as influencing, working from home, or becoming a beauty guru/brand ambassador arose. But just who were the people who started to take more interest in these opportunities? They were young adults and even some teens. While people had the time, they chose to make it worthwhile. Many people sought their phones, housework, or more family time and hobbies. And as a result, these young adults and teens started to get ideas, and ideas became successful because it wasn’t ever about their ages. It was about the opportunity, so do you believe 21 is too young to start a business/take a chance?
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