I bake cookies at home then I tell all of my neighbor and class mate to buy some cheap home made cookies I make and I sell it to them cheap but delicious, I do this when I was 12 believed me I got profit.
Are you mechanically inclined? Can you fix things? People are always looking for someone to fix things around their house. They can even be easy things like putting something back together. A couple of screws, some glue, a hammer and nails. People need you if you can do this. You can even learn as you go if you like to do this kind of thing. I've made a career of it! I fix it... you pay me!
Do you want to earn money..... or find things you don't want to do to earn money? what's wrong with walking a dog or mowing lawn? I won't bore you with a " When I was 14 story" but you don't sound like your someone I would hire to count my money either
I have a great idea for you!!! A person your age made up on her computer all the things she could to for money like help clean, walk dogs, pull weeds, help with cooking, babysit, the list went on forever! Then she went door to door herself, and she made sure she looked nice with her hair pulled back but not dressed TOO fancy she dressed casually, and passed out those flyers to everyone! She got tons of work and I use her all the time. The flyer was not folded. It had her name and number on it but NOT HER ADDRESS. DONT put your address. She also put the hours she was available which was after school from 4-8 and on weekends. I hope this helps and I'm sorry you got such mean answers. I don't know what's going on there .
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Well, you could always be a brain surgeon or the President of the United States. Seriously, we all have to start at the beginning. It's like learning to walk. First, we crawl, then we walk, then we run. The most important thing about work to understand is that to be an effective and successful worker, you have to show up! Whatever the task, be there and be square. Always be on time. Whatever it is that you do, do the very best you can, and don't expect anyone to pat you on the head or to give you praise. Your praise should come from yourself for knowing that you did the very best you could. You aren't going to make $30,000 a year at age 14 so forget about it. House cleaning, baby sitting, yard work; these jobs are available to you.