Grade 10 student sa Zambales, milyonarya na dahil sa online selling

Grade 10 student sa Zambales, milyonarya na dahil sa online selling

- A Grade 10 student in Zambales has already earned her first million at a young age of 16

- She sells beauty products online and has been very good at managing her income

- She also excels in managing her time between her business and her studies

- Now, she was already able to purchase a property in Zambales out of her earnings from her business

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Irish Oloris, Grade 10 16-year-old student has just become one of the youngest millionaires in the country.

Grade 10 student sa Zambales, milyonarya na dahil sa online selling
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The girl has already earned her first one million and that is through her own online selling business.

As per GMA's report, the girl sells beauty products online and would manage her time between her studies and her business.

She revealed that her inspiration was her mom, who showed her how to do business at a young age.

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The mother of Irish, Irene, also stated that she just wishes that her daughter would stay grounded and would not forget God even after she has achieved success.

"Yung laging pagtulong sa kapwa, kasi money follows na lang eh," said Irene.

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The story of the 16-year-old brings hope to many people considering that times have been very difficult and providing the basic needs of the family has been a burdensome task for many. May she inspire more people to keep on pushing.

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