Motivational video for all entrepreneurs from Be inspired
Leaving a high-flying job in consulting, Angela Lee Duckworth took a job teaching math to seventh graders in a New York public school. She quickly realized that IQ wasn’t the only thing separating the successful students from those who struggled. Here, she explains her theory of “grit” as a predictor of success.
10 entrepreneurs share the advice that made them successful
via World Economic Forum
Success leaves clues and Steve Case says there are common characteristics among the winners in the startup world.
Alejandro Cremades, co-founder of Onevest, shares tips about raising money from his new book, The Art of Startup Fundraising.
Maya Penn started her first company when she was 8 years old, and thinks deeply about how to be responsible both to her customers and to the planet. She shares her story — and some animations, and some designs, and some infectious energy — in this charming talk.
David Kirkpatrick, chief executive officer at Techonomy, and Steve Case, chairman at Revolution, examine the impact and reach of Facebook and the example the company provides for the next wave of internet entrepreneurs. They speak on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
Listen to these Young Entrepreneurs: Under 30 and On Fire Recorded at Stanford University
This video is from Entrepreneur Network partner Patrick Bet-David on “Best Motivational Video for Entrepreneurs”. Sometimes it’s what most don’t see that makes a successful entrepreneur.
SOURCE: Entrepreneur Network
Joanna Gagis, talks with 10-year-old NJ entrepreneur, Cory Nieves, discusses his booming cookie business, Mr. Cory’s Cookies.
SOURCE: Steve Adubato PhD
Sally Outlaw, CEO/Founder of Peerbackers.com discusses how to choose the right crowdfunding model for Your business.
This VC veteran, Ann Lamont, on the challenges female-led startups endure and why forgetting failure is key to surviving in the venture world.
Carmine Gallo shares the three simple secrets all inspiring messages share, and how inspiring executives and entrepreneurs tell their brand or product story in a way that’s understandable, memorable and emotional.
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business