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.
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
“The same principles apply as a basketball player and a CEO: focus, strategy, discipline.” During his View From The Top talk on October 5, 2015, Earvin “Magic” Johnson shared business, career, and life advice for Stanford GSB students. “Never let anybody define who you are and who you can become.”
October 20, 2004 presentation by Guy Kawasaki for the Stanford Technology Ventures Program Educators Corner in the School of Engineering at Stanford University. Guy Kawasaki, founder and Managing Director of Garage Technology Ventures, spoke to Stanford University students in October, 2004.
October 20, 2004 Guy Kawasaki, founder and Managing Director of Garage Technology Ventures, believes that those companies who set out to make a positive change in the world are the companies that will ultimately be the most successful. He gives examples of the best way to make meaning: increase quality of life, right a wrong, and prevent the end of something good. Source: Stanford University’s Entrepreneurship Corner
Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership all starting with a golden circle & the question “Why?” His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers.
Courtesy of TED.com
Published on Aug 3, 2015
Creating a success mindset is the first necessary step to everything. It can either limit your potential or power your success. Here are three thought leaders to show you how.
Source: Entrepreneur Magazine
Steve Blank, Serial Entrepreneur and Educator Discusses Creating a Reality Distortion Field
This video is part of Kauffman Founders School http://www.entrepreneurship.org/Founders-School/
Onstage at TED2012, Peter Diamandis makes a case for optimism — that we’ll invent, innovate and create ways to solve the challenges that loom over us. “I’m not saying we don’t have our set of problems; we surely do. But ultimately, we knock them down.” Source: TED
Bill Gross explains on his TED Talk The single biggest reason why startups succeed. Gross is the Founder of American incubator Idealab, which has in the past two decades been responsible for launching over 100 companies, including Citysearch, CarsDirect, GoTo, NetZero and Tickets.com, to name a few. Source: TED Talk
Robert Kaplan, Professor of Management Practice and Senior Associate Dean for External Relations at Harvard Business School, discusses reaching your full potential with the new class of GHC Fellows. Professor Kaplan previously served as Vice Chairman of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Take Away: Leadership is about adding value to others and the future will take care of itself!