Meet Warren Cassell. He’s written two books, and at age 15, he’s already a self-made millionaire.
He isn’t memorizing hip-hop lyrics and talking about nonsense, mainly because he’s too busy counting his money. Warren, with the encouragement of his father, became an entrepreneur at the age of 8. He then went on to create several successful businesses and is also the author of two books.
Now, the 15-year old is planning to start an investment firm in the next couple of years and plans to attend The University of Pennsylvania. He speaks about the economic downturn of 2008 as an example of the pitfalls of financial mismanagement, even though he was only nine years old at the time. His friends get together and form investment clubs and talk about building wealth, not just for themselves, but for their families and communities. In other words, he wants everyone to be successful and not just himself.
Warren’s philosophy is to simply “be the best he could be.”
Warren, you are a model for success that we can all look up to.
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