TE 1: Intro with Jordan Agolli

Yes! It’s finally here guys!  Welcome to the intro episode of Teenage Entrepreneur. On today’s show you will find out what:

 

  • What sparked the idea of Teenager Entrepreneur.
  • Why I started the show.
  • What I envision for the future of Teenage Entrepreneur.
  • My back story and who I am.

 

Thank you guys so much for listening! I truly cannot wait to build this community and see the incredible opportunities that come from it.




  • Jackie Ramos Beyer

    What a great first episode Jordan! It was so really nice to learn a little bit about your original story. I can see you as another up and coming Podcaster to watch out for. John Lee Dumas and Pat Flynn look out cause here comes Jordan Agolli! You’re gonna be an amazing success in life, excited to see what you create! Thanks for the inspiration! As a teacher so glad to hear your insightful opinions on education and what you’d like to see in the future. I really like the way you talk about teachers who should be inspiring you to learn about business and see the value of your entrepreneurial spirit. Plus it totally reminds me of Ron’s brothers in Harry Potter and their Wizard shop that was such a success. Keep up the great podcast and informative interviews. Way to rock it!

    • Jordan Agolli

      WOW. Being compared to JLD, Pat Flynn, and Harry Potter and the Wizard shop all in one paragraph?! I am HONORED haha! Seriously, love both of those guys and I have read the Harry Potter books at least 6-7 times.
      It’s one of my goals to help change the education system to where teachers help direct students to learn more about their passions and interests instead of shooting them down because it is not on their curriculum. Thanks for listening and commenting 🙂

  • Jackie Ramos Beyer

    Well, you know who really wanted to revolutionize education for teens? Steve Jobs that’s really what the ipad was all about. Have you read his biography? You could just read the chapter on the ipad. The one Walter Isaacson wrote? Don’t let that go to your head. Or go ahead and let it! You make millennials shine :~)

    • Jordan Agolli

      I LOVE his biography! Thank you so much for the kind words 🙂
      Another fun fact about Jobs… he would not let his children play on the iPad because he saw the dangers of technology! Such an interesting man.