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Most of us have dreamed of becoming entrepreneurs at one point or another, but very few of us dare to quit a stable job and forsake a regular paycheck in favor of the uncertainty that running your own business entails. As an entrepreneur myself, I believe that it’s a lifestyle full of risks that can also lead to a life rich with rewards. Statistics show that in the uncertainty of the current economic climate, more and more young people are turning to ecommerce and entrepreneurship. Young people often have a natural flair for entrepreneurship because they are adaptable, optimistic, forward-thinking and tenacious.
I recently interviewed 15 such entrepreneurs under 30, each of whom has made a mark at a young age and is relentlessly working on their goals amidst all the chaos going on in the world.
Jay is the founder of Ezay Automation, which helps eommerce stores scale to six- and seven-figures. In Jay’s view, “Being an entrepreneur is about having the ability to help others. It can create freedom. You create jobs, and you create opportunities, you can change the