Hiraman | E+ | Getty ImagesAccording to licensed monetary planner and CNBC Contributor, Lazzeta Braxton, now is a superb time for African People to create their very own enterprise. Braxton, co-founder and co-CEO of 2050 Wealth Companions, says aspiring younger Black entrepreneurs ought to get out of their consolation zone, increase their community, take part in pitch competitions to win funding, rent people who perceive the numbers, and most significantly, all the time be keen about their enterprise.Gabby Goodwin, Rachel Holmes, and Christon Jones are good examples, and all have a number of issues in widespread: they’re younger, they’re Black, and so they have been all enterprise homeowners earlier than the age of 20.To acknowledge Juneteenth, CNBC + Acorns Spend money on You: Prepared. Set. Develop. is highlighting Black entrepreneurship as a path to monetary freedom. Right here is recommendation from these three younger Black entrepreneurs on keys to early success and overcoming challenges.Discover an issue to unravel, maintain discovering new onesGabby Goodwin, creator of GaBBY BowsDesignSensoryAt simply the age of seven, Gabby Goodwin, was set on fixing the age-old downside of regularly shedding barrettes. She invented the primary, and patented, double-face double-snap barrette, and rapidly become a enterprise in 2014: GaBBY Bows. Now on the age of 15, Goodwin went from simply promoting GaBBY Bows to turning into the CEO of Confidence, which sells pure hair-care merchandise.”We seen that a whole lot of our prospects weren’t solely having points with shedding barrettes but additionally with the tangling and having a product that helps their kids’s scalp or that helps preserve moisture of their kid’s hair,” stated Goodwin. “With companies, you need to just remember to resolve an issue and proceed to unravel want. So, we made certain that we have been listening to our prospects, and that is how the enterprise grew from simply bows to Confidence.”The parameters of her enterprise have grown, too. In 2021, after seven years of conducting enterprise out of her dwelling, Gabby and her household opened a retail retailer and hair salon in Columbia, South Carolina, that sells all her enterprise’s merchandise.Extra from Spend money on You:Juneteenth: Why monetary literacy must be a part of the holidayStudent mortgage forgiveness might slender racial wealth hole, say advocatesWhy racial justice teams need Congress to reinstate youngster tax credit score”We needed to be sure that there was a full 360 expertise for the ladies coming in and never solely getting their hair carried out and feeling assured in themselves, however they’re additionally in a position to see the behind the scenes, and the companies stock that now we have,” stated Gabby.The highway to success wasn’t simple.”Now we have a double whammy as a result of we’re two completely different minorities. We’re African American, and we’re females. Once I was attempting to get funding for my enterprise, they would not actually take heed to me as a result of one, my age, but additionally due to my race and my gender. I’d be in a room speaking about my hair merchandise for curly haired black ladies, in entrance of white, bald males. It is so laborious to elucidate to them what precisely my enterprise does, the way it works, and the way they might help my enterprise develop,” she stated.Gabby, who along with her mom created the Mommy and Me Entrepreneurship Academy to assist younger ladies and their mothers begin their very own enterprise beneath Gabby’s model, says discovering a help community early is essential.”Discover a village round you. … I’ve had nice help from my metropolis mayor and everyone else who’s been round in that type of authorities space or simply people who dwell in my metropolis as properly. Discover a village round you, your loved ones, your folks. You by no means know how one can contain someone into your small business,” she stated.Do not be afraid of setbacksRachel Holmes, founder and director, Black Ladies Imply BusinessBrianna HolmesIn addition to managing college, a social life, and competing as an inventive swimmer, Rachel Holmes, 18, is the CEO of Black Ladies Imply Enterprise, a free nationwide digital summer time enterprise program for Black highschool ladies. This system provides six Zoom workshops to assist enhance enterprise and profession abilities, increase a community, and put together ladies for all times after highschool.”As an aspiring businesswoman myself, I understood the boundaries Black girls face going into enterprise and needed to make sure black ladies in my group had the help and sources obligatory to succeed in their full potential,” stated Holmes.”Black girls face an unimaginable quantity of discrimination in enterprise coming from each racism and sexism. They’re typically underestimated, denying them the respect, positions, and funding they deserve. I needed to supply fairness to assist ladies overcome these obstacles. By giving them the instruments, they have to be profitable early on and empowering them, I hope to see extra illustration in govt positions and entrepreneurship,” she stated.Holmes says being a Black entrepreneur at a younger age isn’t solely setting her up for achievement, however others as properly. “It may be daunting at instances realizing that you’ll face boundaries and realizing that persons are watching what you do. However it’s wonderful realizing I could make a distinction and set an instance. Illustration issues!” she stated.Her recommendation for aspiring younger Black entrepreneurs: Do not be afraid of setbacks.”Use them as alternatives to enhance subsequent time. Ask for assist, even in the event you suppose you do not want it. You bought this! Folks will help what you might be doing, you simply need to have the braveness to get began,” she stated.Endurance is crucial for enterprise successChriston JonesAntoinne Duane Jones MediaA CEO, day dealer, investor and creator are just a few the titles held by Christon “The Fact” Jones on the age of 15. When he was simply 10, Jones launched his enterprise, Return On Funding. By way of the corporate’s three packages, $tocks 101, Black Wealth Issues, and The Fact Success Sequence, Black entrepreneurs can discover ways to start investing and buying and selling, concerning the inventory market, and the way to create each short- and long-term passive earnings.Extra not too long ago, Jones found curiosity in actual property investing. He presently owns two properties and hopes to personal 10 or extra within the subsequent 5 years.”I used to be all the time on the lookout for a brand new avenue to earn money,” Jones stated. “I actually simply took an interest within the subject. I started asking my mentors and folks round me that would actually train me and clarify to me how the enterprise works,” he added. Jones says overcoming age and race discrimination are among the many hardest challenges he has confronted.”Going to networking occasions, being discriminated towards, not likely having the ability to meet the individuals I needed to satisfy as a result of they do not need to discuss to me as a result of, you recognize, they’re like ‘you are a bit of black child. Yeah. Okay. Transfer on to the facet,'” Jones stated.Key components in his success and overcoming obstacles embrace being constant, being artistic, having self-discipline, taking motion and, most significantly, having endurance.”Endurance might be one of many greatest issues I do know” Jones stated. “Once you first begin entrepreneurship, you type of need to rush every little thing, you need to get your cash, you need to be well-known. You need to get all these connections, however actually your journey is lots slower,” he added.—By Jaala Brown, CNBC Expertise Improvement InternSIGN UP: Cash 101 is an 8-week studying course to monetary freedom, delivered weekly to your inbox. For the Spanish model Dinero 101, click on right here.Disclosure: NBCUniversal and Comcast Ventures are traders in Acorns.