As a teenager, Cameron Johnson was already a self-made millionaire. "I always find a way to make something work instead of accepting that it can't be done," he says.
Giving Back Moment: Two years ago, I had four front-row tickets to a Justin Timberlake concert, and I was going to put them on eBay to sell them. A lady called me because her daughter was coming back from Iraq and she wanted to surprise her with these tickets. She told me that she could only pay a certain amount, and I just gave her the tickets and then we drove them to her house. It was something that was simple for me to do. I could have sold them, but I also had the power to give them to someone, and that was more rewarding then selling them for any amount of money.
Movie: The Departed
Type of Music/Artist: All types, including country and R&B
Time of Day: Waking up knowing I have a full day to do anything
Indulgence: Nice restaurants
Memory: A company in Japan hired me to be an advisory board member when I was 15, and it led to my book, 15-Year-Old CEO . They spent a million dollars promoting me over there. I became somewhat of a media phenomenon. It was surreal.
Snack: An energy bar
Weekend Activity: Relax, sleep and catch a movie with friends