Benjamin Wong, entrepreneur and visionary, interviews some of the world's greatest entrepreneurs from a 14-year old's perspective to empower and inspire today's generation of youth to be equipped for tomorrow's future.
CryptoCoinKid: Kamea Lafontaine
On this episode, how 12-year old Kamea Lafontaine battled through skepticisism and hate to create his crypto-themed YouTube channel CryptoCoinKid, and all in a time where bitcoin was still widely considered 'fraud.'
Get Kamea's latest book The Spy Network here.
Productivity: Jeni Raitsin
On this episode, productivity coach and speaker Jeni Raitsin explains why boosting productivity isn't just about time blocking and automation. No, it's about your mind, body, and energy?
Eating Healthy: Lisa Jendza
Lisa Jendza spent years climbing the corporate ladder before realizing how much of her health she was sacrificing. Though she may have had the 'corner office', her personal life was ridden with major health issues such as brain fog.
On this episode, the now coach, speaker, and co-founder of Freedom Kitchen explains how kids can use health food to build a better and more productive lifestyle.
Pedego: Don DiCostanzo
Don DiCostanzo was born to be an entrepreneur in a time where being an entrepreneur was considered taboo. Yet, after years working in the corporate world, he created Pedego, now a multi-million dollar leading e-bike brand.
Like You Podcast: Noah Glenn
On this episode, how a creative and artistic Noah Glenn grew up to create Like You, the top mindfullness podcast for kids.
Water2Kids: Brazil and Princeton Dowe
The Dowe twins have always been about doing more. They've grown up playing sports, trying new things, and starting companies! On this episode, they're talking about how they created Water2Kids, their "Think you're smarter than the Dowe Twins" book, and why they continue to be entrepreneurs to this day.
My friend recommended this to me and i instantly fell in love with the show. Loved the questions and guests and has inspired me to create my own business at 16. Thanks YoungTrep!
It’s so fascinating to see a teen influence others and share stories about young entrepreneurs! Really inspiring! Definitely recommend!!
Great to hear!