12 Kid Millionaires That Will Probably Step Up Your Hustle.

Millionaire Kid!

Nowadays, adults shouldn’t be the only ones that are being featured as millionaires. There are many kids out there who are making their money by doing their hobbies. Kids that have millions of dollars in their bank account s.
We’re not just talking about Richie Rich here.
We’re talking self-made millionaires who aren’t even
old enough to open a bank account on their own.
We’re talking about kids who understand business
and how to make money. The mindset starts at a
young age.

🙁  I’m even looking forward to being featured one day. 🙂   ♥♥♣♣♥

Without further ado, here are 12 millionaire kids we
can learn from:

1. Christian Owens of Mac Bundle Box

Christian made his first million before he was 16
years old. He taught himself web design at a young
age and started his first design company at 14. He
then went on to negotiate with various
manufacturers and distributors to offer a bundle
package of applications for Mac OS X (Steve Jobs was
his motivator and inspiration). The Mac Bundle Box
has since made him millions.
The lesson: Follow your passion, sure, but the main
lesson here is about saving people money. Find a
way to offer something people already buy for a
lower price.

2. Emil Motycka of Motycka Enterprises

Emil start a lawn mowing business at 9 years old.
Lawn mowing may seem like a pretty typical
business for a kid, but this kid took it to the next
level. He took out a loan for $8,000 when he was 13
years old to purchase a commercial lawn mower. He
formed Motycka Enterprises by the time he was 18
and went on to make well over $100,000 that
summer. He’s now making millions.
The lesson: Following a strong passion can work, but
on the other hand, doing something and doing it well
is just as good if not better. As Mike Rowe from Dirty
Jobs says “Don’t Follow Your Passion, But Always
Bring it With You.” Whatever you do, do it better
than everyone else.

3. Evan of EvanTube

Evan started a YouTube channel called EvanTube
when he was just 8 years old. Now he is making
approximately $1.3 million a year from his channel
with over 3 million subscribers. What are his videos
about? Exactly what you might think – reviews of
toys and other things that kids his age are interested
in. Yes, you can get rich talking about Minecraft,
Angry Birds and Legos!
The lesson: If you do what you love and do it well,
you can turn it into a million dollar venture. That
doesn’t mean it’s easy, but with persistence, you can
make it happen.

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4. Cameron Johnson of Cheers and Tears

Cameron was earning around $400,000/month in high
school. It all started when he created invitation cards
for a neighborhood party his parents were having.
When the guests saw the cards, they started asking
him to make cards for them and paying him for it.
He founded Cheers and Tears at 14 years old, then
preceded to go into software development and online
advertising, which made him a millionaire by the
time he was in high school.
The lesson: If you do something well, you might as
well do it big. Dive into new industries and try new
things. They just might make you a millionaire.

5. Adam Hildreth of Dubit and Crisp

Adam was a millionaire by his 16th birthday after
creating a teenage social networking site called Dubit
(popular in the UK). After he had so much success
with his social networking site, Adam went on to
create Crisp , a company that helps protect kids
against online predators. In 2004, he made the UK’s
top 20 richest teens list.
The lesson: Sometimes it’s best to look for a popular
trend and do it yourself. It’s also a good idea to find
a need and create a solution. Adam did both.

6. Moziah Bridges of Mo’s Bows

Moziah started a bow tie company at 9 years old and
quickly grew his business to earning $150,000/year.
Today, Moziah has several employees. He has been
featured in several popular magazines and even went
on Shark Tank. He’s working on a full clothing line
at the moment, which I’m sure will end up being an
impressive success as well.
The lesson: If you decide to start a business, keep
growing and expanding. There is always room to
make your business bigger, just be sure to have a
great team to help you along the way.

7. Geoff, Dave, & Catherine Cook of My

Before everyone was on Facebook, these three
siblings started My Yearbook , a social media site
based on the school(s) you went to. It was similar to
Facebook at the time, but with more focus on grade
school rather than college. The idea to start the
website began when they moved to a new town and
wanted to make some friends. The site took off and
six years later. The Cooks ended up selling the site to
the Quepasa Corps. for $100 million. Not bad at all.
The lesson: Find a need and fill it. Be proactive.
These kids could have let themselves get down about
not having friends in a new place, but instead they
decided to do something about it.

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8. Sanjay & Shavran Kumaran of

Sanjay and Shavran, at 12 and 14 years old,
respectively, run their own gaming corporation. They
have several apps, with over 35,000 downloads
between them. They have developed the popular
Catch Me Cop app, among others. Their apps are
monetized purely through advertising, which makes
them free for kids to download. Now they speak at
events and conferences on ideas, making them
happen and drawing up business plans.
The lesson: This one actually merges following your
passion with doing what you do really well. It’s the
best of both worlds.

9. Farrhad Acidwalla of Rockstah Media

Farrhad founded Rockstah Media, a marketing agency
with 20 employees around the world and he did it at
16 years old. You may have heard of his company or
you may know Farrhad from one of his TED Talks.
He is known today as one of the most promising
entrepreneurs of our time. When asked about the
success of his company, Farrhad said “My team is the
backbone of my company,” which can definitely teach
us a thing or two.
The lesson: You can’t do it all on your own. Building
a strong professional team is important if you really
want to take you business to the next level.

10. Robert Nay of the Bubble Ball App

Robert raked in over $2 million in two weeks,
following the release of his famous Bubble Ball game.
He was only 14 years old at the time. Today, his
game has been downloaded over 16 million times
and Robert continues to develop new apps with his
company, Nay Games . Bubble Ball has been seen on
Good Morning America and continues to be one of
the most popular games in the Apple Store.
The lesson: Some people really can achieve overnight
success. That shouldn’t be your goal, but if you
create something good enough, it could happen for

11. Nick D’Aloisio of Summly

Nick sold his company, Summly, to Yahoo for $30
million in 2013, making him one of the youngest self-
made millionaires in the world. Summly went on to
become Yahoo News Digest. Nick now works for
Yahoo and has been named “Innovator of the Year”
by the Wall Street Journal. He was included in TIME
Magazine’s “Time 100” as one of the world’s most
influential teenagers. Nick is also the youngest
person to receive a round of venture capital in
technology from Hong Kong billionaire, Li Ka-Shing.
The lesson: Age doesn’t have to hold you back. Nick
was even able to receive funding from a billionaire,
despite his age.

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12. Leanna Archer of Leanna’s Hair

Leanna was bottling and selling her own hair pomade
at just 9 years old. She got her secret recipes from
her great-grandmother and has since expanded to an
entire line of hair products based on the same
recipes. Leanna’s company brings in over $100,000
annually and her net worth is over $3 million. She
has also founded the Leanna Archer Education
Foundation. Her foundation helps provide basic
needs, including education, to 200 Haitian kids each
The lesson: When you find success and make lots of
money, be sure to give back. Money is a great tool
for many things and it is a necessity to help others
who have little to nothing.
These kids show us that age is not a limitation.
You’re never too young or too old. If you really want
to make a difference in the world, start now, no
matter your age or any other limiting factor. The
commonality among all of these kids is their
mindset.They didn’t start with a mindset of “can’t”,
they started with a mindset of “how can I?” You can
do the same. Even if you’re still in high school.

Over to you!