Thoughts become things: Entrepreneurial sisters in the spotlight for inspiration

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Published: Thursday, July 18, 2013 at 05:23 PM.

When Mackenzie and Payton Brundage are not in school, you won't find them chilling on the sofa with a bag of chips while watching cartoons or playing video games. In fact, a lot of adults could not keep up with these two.

At 12 and 10 years of age, McKenzie and Payton run their own business and most of their spare time is devoted to its development and success.

The sisters created the Peace. Passion. Positivity. inspirational bracelets for young girls to have simple, wearable reminders to take pride in themselves, spread positivity and display their own uniqueness.

The bracelets came about after Mackenzie won a county-wide speech contest about two years ago when she was in the fourth grade.

The subject matter for the contest was "What to Say When You Talk to Yourself — The Power of Positive Thinking."

In writing her speech, Mackenzie learned about the power of thinking positively and that thoughts can become things and reality.

She wanted to share what she learned with her friends and classmates in a tangible way and made some woven bracelets on which she hung charms to remind her friends to think positive thoughts.

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