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Learning how to be the best entrepreneur you can be can be a bit confusing, frustrating, exhilirating and rewarding.

We know that every entrepreneur thinks different and that different thinking means that they have their own way of doing things.

We want to support teen entrepreneurs, helping to ensure that whatever road they take on their entrepreneurial journy, that it's the right road for them. 

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Sure, being an entrepreneur is great. And being an entrepreneur means that whatever has to be done must get done and most times everything gets done by the entrepreneur; the business owner. 

As an entrepreneur, you have to do the work, share the business, get customers and you even have to mail the letters and take out the office trash. 

Being an entrepreneur is not just lots of money, it's hard work. You don't get much time to goof off on the job like you can when you are working for someone else. 

Yes, being an entrepreneur is fun, but being an entrepreneur requires maturity because it comes with lots of responsibility. 

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Teen Choice Dilemna of the Week

Meet Jason, a junior in high school is an only child. His parents trust him and allows him to stay at home alone when they go away for short trips. Jason is a great student, member of the football, basketball and baseball team. Jason is a shoe in for a sports scholarship, many of the big colleges are hopeful that he'll pick their school. Many of the girls in school thinks he's cute. He's popular and has lots of friends. 

Meet Tiera, a sophomore in high school. Tiera lives with her mother, younger sister and younger brother. Tiera's mother is not very strict, but does not allow her to go out all the time. Tiera's mother tries hard to keep an eye on her. Tiera is popular. She's a very nice dresser, often setting fashion trends among her friends. Tiera is a great student, member of the National Honor Society. Tiera has hopes of getting a track scholarship and hope to go to the Olympics. 

Jason's parents are going out of town for the weekend. Jason has decided to have a Friday night -- overnight kickback and has invited a few of his buddies. The idea is that all of the guys would ask their girlfriends to spend the night with them. Jason has asked Tiera. When Jason asked her, she said that she could come and hand out for a few hours, but there was no way she would be able to spend the night with him. Jason does not want to look like a "chump" in front of his crew, so he presses the issue with Tiera.

Jason presses some more, "Tell your moms your spending the night at one of your girlfriend's houses, she'll never know." 

"Jason, oh my goodness, I'm going to be in so much trouble if my Mama finds out. I won't ever be trusted and she won't allow me to do anything." 

"Tiera, baby, I'm the man, what would it look like for me not have my girl spend the night. I'm not going to be by myself." 

"Soooo, what are you saying Jason? Are you giving me an ultimatum? Are you saying that if I don't come, you'll invite someone else?" 

"Tiera, I'm saying that I want you to be with me. I don't want anyone else. But I do not want to be feeling like a fifth wheel at my own couples kickback. That's why I'm practically begging you to come. I shouldn't have to beg you, should I? Like, you're my woman right? I thought you loved me. I know I love you and I would do it for you in a heartbeat." 

What should Tiera do? Tell us what you think she should do below.