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Nessibus Citizens (finale): Tyler Sogno and Giselle Cakes

January 10, 2011 Leave a comment

We have reached the Grand Finale for the introduction of the Nessibus citizens of the Future Business Leaders’ Series: TYLER and GISELLE!   I hope you like the new character designs.  As always, your feedback is welcome.

Tyler Sogno

Tyler is the first kid of Nessibus to becomes an entrepreneur. What makes him special is that he was an orphan who hated homework, had a knack for building things and wanted to grow up to be like his dad.  His story is told in the first book  Tyler & His Solve-a-matic Machine.

Nessibus Citizen: Tyler Sogno

Nessibus Citizen: Tyler Sogno

Giselle Cakes

No entrepreneur can build a business all by himself.  Luckily for Tyler, he meets Giselle on his way to becoming an entrepreneur and she helps him out. Soon, she too has the itch and her journey to entrepreneurship (her own marketing/pr firm)  is told in the second book Tyler Passes the Golden Key. Together, she and Tyler help their buddies who want to become entrepreneurs, too, and as a result carry on the legacy of the Golden Key.

Nessibus Citizen: Giselle Cakes

Nessibus Citizen: Giselle Cakes

Did you miss any of the previous characters posted? Here’s the past postings:

More about the Future Business Leaders’ Series.

Kid Sells Bracelets to Keep Families out of Prostitution

August 20, 2008 5 comments

Where ever I go and tell people what I do, I find someone who knows an entrepreneurial kid. I love to hear these stories. And it happens more often than you’d think. I was in Vegas last week and met a man Kyle whose 9-year-old daughter Raegan is learning all about sales and the basics of economics, and in a really cool way.

She sells bracelets, but not just any bracelet. Her bracelets are made by Filipino families and she

Bracelets from Threads of Hope

Bracelets from Threads of Hope

sends her profits back overseas to those families. The revenue goes a long way in the Philippines and is transforming lives by helping them stay out of prostitution.

Read more about Raegan and the organization that set up the exchange, Threads of Hope, on this blog.

Meanwhile, DO YOU KNOW an entrepreneurial kid?