Many of us wish that we could be young again. Others are young and wonder what they can possibly do to make an impact during their lives. Well these 9 entrepreneurs didn't waste any time finding answers to those questions. These are kids with a dream who ended up being business owners, billionaires, CEOs, world-class entertainers, and so much more. Most of all, they did it all before they reached a quarter century into their lives. Check out these incredible 9 young entrepreneurs and start thinking about making your dreams a reality!
Mubarak Muyika, 20
Orphaned at 10 years of age, Mubarak didn't sit around feeling sorry for himself, instead he thrived. He founded his first web company at 16 then sold it two years later for a six-figure profit. He is currently the founder and owner of the cloud enterprise company Zagace Limited.
Lucas Duplan, 22
As the CEO and founder of the soon to exist smartphone app Clinkle, Duplan has secured the investments of huge entrepreneurs like Richard Branson and Peter Thiel. When Clinkle goes live, it will turn your cell phone into a digital wallet.
Takunda Chingonzoh, 22
At just 22, Takunda has made the most of his young life, becoming the co-founder and of Neolab Technology and Saisai Wireless as well as working to bring widespread internet access to the country of Zimbabwe. In 2014, he achieved one of his biggest accomplishments when he interviewed president Barack Obama at the US-Africa Summit held in Washington.
Connor Franta, 23
A graduate of the College of Saint Benedict, Connor gained much of his fame from his hugely popular Instagram and YouTube accounts. He has used this success to become a young entrepreneur with an eye for charity. In 2014 alone, his Thirst Project raised over $230,000 in funds that were used to bring drinkable water to the people of Swaziland.
Raindolf Owusu, 24
At 24, Rainolf had done it all. As one of the leading software engineers of Ghana, he runs Oasis Websoft, which created what is known as Africa's first web browser. This young man has been so successful that Forbes Africa named him the Mark Zuckerberg of Accra, Ghana.
Erik Finman, 16
At only 16-years old, this young entrepreneur is not only in it for the profit, he is legitimately looking to make the world a better place. His website Botangle.com connects young students with a tutor that best fits their needs. While most young men are thinking about movies and girls, this young entrepreneur has been busy changing the world.
Palmer Luckey, 21
For decades the thought of real life virtual reality has been a thing of science fiction, but that was before Palmer Luckey came around and created Oculus VR. The device allows people to engage in games and entertainment with a 3D feel. Just how successful is Oculus VR? Well Facebook announced that it would be acquiring the company for $2 Billion.
Evan Spiegel, 25 & Bobby Murphy, 25
This entrepreneurial team are responsible for one of the most popular social media websites in the world: Snapchat. For those unfamiliar with the site, it allows friends to share 1-10 second pictures that disappear immediately after, making for an easily shareable experience. These two are so successful that they are in full control of their company, and they even famously turned down a deal from Facebook that would have made them $3 billion dollars, knowing they could make more on their own.
James Hashimoto, 3
At only 3 years of age, this tiny tot has already become a YouTube sensation. With over 366,319 subscribers and more than 90.8 million video views, his channel Action Movie Kid is a sure fire hit, and it is just getting started. James does stunts with his dad Daniel Hashimoto, who is an animator for Dreamworks. With this power duo, the sky is the limit.
Aren't these some of the most inspirational stories ever? Did you ever have an idea for an invention or product that you think could make you millions? Brag about it in the comments!