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December 07, 2012

Video: is this little boy the next Iron Chef?

By Carol Lloyd, Executive Editor

There have always been kids who were passionate, talented and far beyond their years in every walk of life.  But now with YouTube and the ubiquity of doting parent armed with cell phones, it's never been easier to find videos about kids doing the stuff they love and inspiring other kids to do the same.  

Check out this video -- a TedxYouth talk -- of a boy sharing his passion for cooking and his experience at the White House.  Does your kid have a special talent you want to share with the world?  Video tape it, post it to YouTube and shoot us an email.  We're looking for videos of kids who can inspire the next generation of doctors, inventors and candlestick makers.

 

 

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Love it! I'm excited when sites such as Youtube are used to display young talent. It has always been my belief that when you follow your passion, your life purpose will reveal itself to you and the rest of the world. I will share this video and encourage parents to seek out what their kids are interested in.

It is very amazing to see that video. I am very much impressed with this smart boy.

Amazing talented boy! be my chef! when you grow up make sure you save your money well because I know you are going to be rich manage your career well goodluck!

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