Some of the most successful business people in the world are ones who showed a passion for entrepreneurship from a young age. Many who were out mowing lawns, building inventions, making something out of nothing, or seeing needs in their environments and filling them from the time they were able to basically walk and talk are the ones who sit at the head of million to billion dollar corporations.

The link isn’t accidental. It takes a very motivated, driven person to make a business happen. Of course, there is something to be said for experience, but the younger one starts out, the better. If you have a child that shows an aptitude for business and entrepreneurship, encourage them in it so they have as much of a head start as possible.

If you’re curious, here are 3 ways an entrepreneur can form a successful enterprise by the age of 25:

Reach For An MBA

Education is invaluable in the realm of business. In school, an entrepreneur learns all the proper skills to becoming a successful business owner, so reaching for a Masters in Business Administration is not going to do anyone any harm. There are many successful business owners who decided to forgo school, but that just means that they had to learn the same life lessons a different, often more difficult way.

If you know you want to live your life in business and be successful by the age of 25, dual enroll in high school, get into college as soon as possible, and always be looking for facets in which to start your business should the opportunity present itself in the next moment of your life.

Know Marketing Well

You can always hire marketing professionals to run the marketing aspect of your business, but if you don’t at least have a decent knowledge of current marketing trends and the things that need to be done to ensure your business is seen, you’ll have a hard time finding success at a young age. Study SEO, know how to construct a blog, know how marketing directly affects your business. If you’re on the cutting edge of the marketing world, you’ll own it and you’ll find great success at a young age if you do it right from the beginning.

Hit the Grind

Here’s the thing. You’re not getting any younger. If you’re young and unattached, now is the time to hit the business with all-out force and dedication. When you get married and have children, it’s just going to get harder, so the only way to ensure you’re going to have a successful enterprise by the age of 25 is to hit the grind hard, every single day until you make it happen. Simple as that.