“Go up there and ask what the price is. When he says ‘10 euros’, then say, ‘Well, I’ve only got five. Can I still get it?'” Hasse said, recalling her father’s words.
“Usually it worked. Maybe it was because I was a small child who knew her money,” she said.
Now 16, Hasse has two jobs — one as a riding instructor and the other as an English tutor. Soon she hopes to have enough money saved to put toward a course to earn a riding certificate. Hasse was lucky to learn about business early on, with lessons based on real-world experiences.
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