How To Grow Your Money Through Entrepreneurship

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October 30, 2013 ‐ By Madame Noire
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From Black Enterprise 

Kanyessa McMahon recognized an opportunity and jumped on it. In 2008, after a frustrating four-month stint working at a video production company, she acted on her entrepreneurial aspirations.

“I was 25 at the time,” says McMahon. “My job wasn’t working out because I wasn’t getting paid on time. My paychecks were bouncing, and my skills weren’t being utilized.”

McMahon left the company and, through an industry connection, acquired her first client—Nike. The 31-year-old now calls the shots as head of her own production company.

“Most people who become wealthy do it through entrepreneurship,” says Lanta Evans-Motte, a financial adviser at Raymond James, a diversified financial services holding company.

A recent study by U.S. Trust, which surveys high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth Americans, revealed that 84% of the survey’s 450 wealthy respondents earned their wealth themselves.

Read more at BlackEnterprise.com 

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  • Kristen

    Seems like it just fell in her lap! Don’t get me wrong, I love success stories and black entrepreneurs, but I’d like to read a story about rags to riches in this current economy, having to pay back student loans, etc.