Biz Boot Up Podcast 38: Learn from the Best with Brady Sexton and Caden Harris

Welcome to the Business Boot-Up Edition of The Dreamers and Doers Podcast! We believe you are never too young to start a business. We’re bringing you live interviews from Loveworks Leadership in Norman, OK. Each of our episodes includes interviews with our youngest and more experienced entrepreneurs who will inspire, educate and give you an action step to help your leadership and business!

Powered by the Norman Chamber of Commerce and Sponsored by First United Bank.

Brady Sexton: Owner of Scratch Kitchen & Cocktails

Following many years as a manager for the Hal Smith Restaurant Group, Brady changed careers to manage leasehold acquisitions for oil & natural gas companies before returning to his passion and opening Scratch Kitchen & Cocktails in Historic Downtown Norman, bringing craft cocktails to the market for the first time.  He now owns a second location in the Paseo Arts District in OKC and in 2020, launched Scratch Old Fashioned, a bottled cocktail company.  Brady has a passion for the arts, serves on the Norman Arts Council, and lives in Norman with his family.  BA in Multi-Disciplinary Studies from OU.  

Caden Harris: CEO of Caden Teaches

Caden Harris is 11 years old and the CEO of Caden Teaches, a company that aspires to develop fun, adventurous and unique ways of learning. Caden is on a mission to solve the problem of financial literacy through multiple kid friendly products. He is a speaker, serial author and business owner. His business has been featured on Fox 5, NBC and several other publications. He has a growing interest in real estate and business development. His goal before he turns 20 is to own and multifamily unit where he can offer affordable living for families.

Key Takeaways

  • Work in your industry before jumping in blindly 
  • Find people that do what you want to do, and learn from them
  • Don’t give up. Whatever your do, open the business
  • Don’t get in a rush to find your passion
  • Never ever too young  

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