What these Teens Accomplished Will Amaze You

It’s amazing what teens and even kids can accomplish if they are given the freedom to explore their own interests. There are kids all over the world who have done things that only adults can dream of and many of these kids came from very poor backgrounds. Not all kids came from money and those that did put it to good use instead of wasting it on clothes and going to parties all the time.

Many of the teens features in this article have their work posted on YouTube infact the first video posted had no views at all but the story is very inspiring. Listed below after that in no particular order are kids and teens who will impress you with the work they are doing in this world. If you are a teen yourself, take some time to think about how you are using your time everyday and try to make it a little more productive because as you can see after watching these videos, you can do some amazing things with very little.

Jordan Romero talks about what it was like to climb the highest mountain in the world and become the youngest person to do so.

Kevin Doe impressed M.I.T. so much they brought him to their campus to show them how he did it.

This teenager, Tim Doner, can speak over 20 languages, known as a hyper-polyglot. How many can you speak?

Santiago Gonzalez says that he programs so much that he dreams in code now

Jamie Edwards, at the age of 13, built his own nuclear reactor that works.

Trevor, age 13, is his own self-made photographer

Jacob Barnett, part of the TEDxTeen series, says to forget what you know and here’s why

Thomas Suarez, part of the TEDxTeen series, is an iPhone developer, oh & he’s in 6th grade

Logan LaPlante, part of the TEDxTeen series & 13, talks about how he hacked his education

These stories are meant to inspire, besides impress, and show that kids and teens have the potential to do amazing things when they are given the proper guidance, not interference that parent’s like to push on their kids, but the chance to show what they are capable of doing.

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