If you’re a kid who dreams of being a billionaire, taking advice from Mark Cuban would be a wise decision.
The billionaire investor and owner of the Dallas Mavericks entered the world of business at the ripe age of 12, selling garbage bags to finance some fancy basketball kicks. In high school, he started a stamp collection that paid for his college education.
Wednesday, Cuban posted some financial advice for students on his blog and it’s just about as strange, and oddly brilliant, as selling garbage bags.
“Sometimes you just need to make some money for the summer,” he wrote. “Or to pay for your braces. Or to pay for the phone bill your parents killed you on. Whatever you need cash for, it’s always a problem that needs solving.” Source: http://www.thepostgame.com/blog/style-points/201203/mark-cuban-fixes-economy-shoelaces