In previous posts, I have introduced our speakers for #IndieCruise 2016. Just in case you missed them, they are me, Anne-Marie Faiola, and Stacia Guzzo, Kim Jones, and Roberta Perry. There are only 32 days left until we gather in Cancún, Yucatán, Mexico, for this amazing retreat, and I think you will agree that I saved an extra special treat for my final public announcement.
The picture is of our amazing Indie Business Network member, the 15-year old entrepreneurial phenom, Zandra Cunningham (right) and her phenom mom, Tamara Lewis.
Along with her mom, her dad, and a brother, Zandra will be sharing on #IndieCruise about Zandra's Teenpreneur Journey. If you have any young people in your family, you will not want to miss this opportunity to chat with Zandra and her family about the amazing journey that has become Zandra Beauty.
Zandra is the winner of the “Shake Tank” kid entrepreneur competition co-hosted earlier this year by Nickelodeon and Girl's Life Magazine. You can read more about Zandra's trip to Hollywood to meet the cast of the Nickelodeon show, Game Shakers, at this link.
And isn't that the most beautiful picture of mom and daughter?!! It's my favorite!
Zandra has been featured in dozens of media outlets, and she and her mom, dad, and brother will be on hand to share openly about how they meet the many challenges of helping Zandra grow her business as she maintains a full course load at school and a busy social life. With guidance from her mom
Snorkeling and Sunshine … and Zandra!
Come snorkel and learn with us!
Zandra and I (and the “Zandra family”) are ready to roll out the red carpet for you.
Registrations for #IndiCruise 2016 is closed …
While registration for #IndieCruise 2016 is closed, you can click here to watch our video and learn a bit about the fun we have. Be sure to stay tuned for a chance to join us on #IndieCruise 2017!
See you in Cancún (or in 2017)!!
Do you have any teenpreneurs in your household or family? What are the challenges associated with keeping them focused and on task? How do you manage to help them be successful in business without losing sight of their school and social priorities? What should we ask Zandra and her family when we have the chance to talk with them? Please share thoughts and experiences in the comments below, or share on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.