When a prominent Tokyo corporation invited 15-year-old Cameron Johnson to Japan to be their corporate spokesperson, the media there told him he was "bigger here than Britney Spears." Hyperbole aside, the Japanese business press knew a good thing when they saw it: today, Johnson is still under 20 years old, yet his experiences, business savvy and commonsense wisdom make him a business leader that 30-year-olds (and older) could well afford to listen to.