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Have you ever thought that you don’t have what it takes to start a business? Have you ever wanted to be part of a community that is filled with positive, like minded entrepreneurs? If you’re anything like me, then you’re in the right place. Teenage Entrepreneur features rockstar entrepreneurs sharing their stories from when they were your age, experiencing the same struggles and jumping over the same hurdles. Get ready to inspire, educate, and take action with your host, Jordan Agolli.

Teenage Entrepreneur with Jordan Agolli Force Media

    • Business
    • 4.9, 98 Ratings

Have you ever thought that you don’t have what it takes to start a business? Have you ever wanted to be part of a community that is filled with positive, like minded entrepreneurs? If you’re anything like me, then you’re in the right place. Teenage Entrepreneur features rockstar entrepreneurs sharing their stories from when they were your age, experiencing the same struggles and jumping over the same hurdles. Get ready to inspire, educate, and take action with your host, Jordan Agolli.

    The Final Episode

    The Final Episode

    This is the final episode of Teenage Entrepreneur.
    Thank you to every fan, guest & everyone who supported me along this journey.
    I love you all.
    Your host,
    -Jordan Agolli

    • 4 min
    TE 2.21: Kate Atwood: Founder of Kate's Club

    TE 2.21: Kate Atwood: Founder of Kate's Club

    Kate Atwood is the founder of Kate’s Club: a not-for-profit that empowers children and teens facing life after the death of a parent or sibling. At the age of 12, Kate Atwood lost her mother. For 7 years she did not talk about her loss, until she told her story at a camp at 19. It was at this camp that the idea for Kate’s club was born. 
     
    On this episode we discuss:
    How Kate had the idea for Kate’s Club. How she took the idea and built it into a non-profit.  How Kate supported herself while starting Kate’s Club. How Kate raised money for Kate’s Club when they were just getting started. The story behind the name of Kate’s Club. Advice she would give to young entrepreneur’s who want to start a non-profit.  For more details on this episode or resources and support on building your business, please visit our website.We have built a community of entrepreneurs from all around the world to help you on your journey. 
     
    The podcast is produced by Force Media. 

    • 30 min
    TE 2.20: Gregg & Henry Branham- Father & Son Entreprenurial Duo

    TE 2.20: Gregg & Henry Branham- Father & Son Entreprenurial Duo

    I met Gregg & Henry at a young entrepreneurship meet up I held and was blown away by both stories. Gregg is a serial entrepreneur and his son, Henry, is only 10 years-old but already has built and launched multiple apps on the app store. 
     
    On this episode we discuss:
    Gregg’s background and the different companies he’s built.  Gregg’s advice he would give to young entrepreneurs. How Henry taught himself how to code.  The types of app and games Henry has built.  For more details on this episode or resources and support on building your business, please visit our website.We have built a community of entrepreneurs from all around the world to help you on your journey. 
     
    The podcast is produced by Force Media. 

    • 33 min
    TE 2.19: Michelle Blue: Co-founder of bené

    TE 2.19: Michelle Blue: Co-founder of bené

    Michelle Blue is the co-founder of bené; A luxury scarf company, made in the USA, committed to providing educational opportunities to girls around the world. 
     
    On this episode we discuss:
    How Michelle developed a love for fashion.  How she graduated college with no debt.  How a trip to Ghana sparked the idea for bené. How bené was able to support girls education in Ghana.  How she and her co-founder grew their business.  For more details on this episode or resources and support on building your business, please visit our website. We have built a community of entrepreneurs from all around the world to help you on your journey. 
     




    The podcast is produced by Force Media. 

    • 24 min
    TE 2.18: Michael Gargiulo- Founder of ProxyServer

    TE 2.18: Michael Gargiulo- Founder of ProxyServer

    Michael Gargiulo is currently the founder and CEO of ProxyServer, a company who’s mission is to protect your data and identity by giving you a safer way to connect to the internet. Previously, Michael sold over $2,000,000 worth of gift cards and built multiple gaming websites that reached over 100,000 daily visitors. 
     
    On this episode we discuss:
    How Michael taught himself how to build websites and SEO. How he grew 3 websites to 100,000 daily visitors. How Michael sold $2,000,000 worth of gift cards.  Why Michael was sued at 20 years old and how he overcame the obstacle. Where the idea for Proxy Server came from and how Michael built it.  How Michael secured $600,000 in funding for Proxy Server.  How Michael handles stress as a business owner.  The advice Michael would give to his 18-year-old self.  For more details on this episode or resources and support on building your business, please visit our website. We have built a community of entrepreneurs from all around the world to help you on your journey. 
     




    The podcast is produced by Force Media. 

    • 34 min
    TE 2.17: Nick Mares- Co-founder of Kettle and Fire

    TE 2.17: Nick Mares- Co-founder of Kettle and Fire

    Nick Mares is the co-founder of Kettle and Fire, the first and only shelf stable, grass fed bone broth on the market. Bone broth is a hot up and coming health food trend which is a nutritious broth that you can drink with numerous health benefits. The company was founded in 2015 and within 4 months they did 7 figures in revenue. Fast forward to 2016 and the company is still growing at a fast rate. 
     
    In this episode we discuss:
    Nick’s family life and the impact that growing up in a house of 9 had on his path as an entrepreneur. Why Nick took a gap year between high school to college and the advice he’d give to others.  How Nick turned a knee injury into the business that would eventually become Kettle and Fire.  Where the name Kettle and Fire came from.  The operational process of how their bone broth is created. The rigorous process it took to manufacture and sell the product.  How they grew the company from 0 to 7 figures so quickly.  What Nick does on a difficult day and how he picks himself up. Nick’s dream that he wants to turn into a reality. For more details on this episode or resources and support on building your business, please visit www.teenpodcast.com We have built a community of entrepreneurs from all around the world to help you on your journey. 
     



    The podcast is produced by Force Media. 

    • 35 min

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98 Ratings

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An unparalleled experience.

I met Jordan after appearing on his podcast a few months back. My experience was unparalleled; Jordan is organized, efficient, and smart; the podcast dove deep and asked questions others don’t (or won’t!). You could gain more from an hour listening to Jordan than from a semester at college. Do yourself a favor - listen to T.E., and reach out to Jordan. Will be the best thing you do all month!

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This podcast is the best entrepreneurial one out there. Jordan and his guests artfully portray the life of a young entrepreneur in a helpful and inspiring manner. This is the PERFECT way to end any Monday - wind down with 40 minutes of wisdom, actionable advice, and entertaining radio. Kudos to Jordan and the team!

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