90’s kids have gone through the Beyblade craze before. It could be considered as a must for every kids to have a one and every afternoon after school is a tournament time with friends. For rich kids, they could afford to buy the authentic Beyblade at Toy”R”Us (the most expensive toy shop during our good ol’ time) and the rest, buying a made from China Beyblade from a local kampong shop is good enough as long as they have one to join the trend and compete with friends.
While we thought the trend was over, the country is definitely going through the Beyblade craze again for the second time. All kids are begging their parents to buy them one and it seems that not only the kids are enjoying playing with the toy, parents also love it and bring back the memories.
Some people know how to take advantage of this craze and selling stickers, accessories and even the toy at such high price. But for this talented 8-year-old-kid, he definitely knows how to enjoy playing the game while making money from it. You must be surprised at how smart he is.
“My nephew earns RM500-RM700 per month selling Beyblade artworks to his friends”
A guy shared a tweet of his nephew showing his skill in graphic design and how he generates money easily through they toy – Beyblade. Equipped with a laptop, a printer and some brilliant skill of graphic design, he adapts any Beyblade designs he finds attractive online, prints them and sell them off in school. How could he even think of it?
Each artworks worth RM3 and RM6
All his artworks are adapted from online and printed by him on an A4 paper. Each worth RM3 and RM6 depending on the size of the paper. Looking at his monthly income, he must be selling hundreds of artworks to his friends at school. It’s indeed a lucrative side business even though it was illegal to do so within the school compound (don’t get yourself caught by the teachers).
His total saving is RM3,000!
The guy also shared that his nephew has collected over RM3,000 so far in his Amanah Saham account by selling the artwork. Well, that’s more than average Malaysian manages to save. This is truly a great achievement for an 8-year-old kid. He knows how to make use of his creativity combines with entrepreneurship skills (may be taught by his parents) to make some side money.