Youtube has become a great resource for information and entertainment. If you’re not careful you might find yourself spending hours and hours absorbing video content. As entrepreneurs we know your time is valuable. So if you’re going to step away from your business, step away to be inspired, empowered and informed with these top Youtube channels for entrepreneurs.
Most people have heard of TED Talks and TEDx. Either one is a great resource to learn from thought leaders from a great variety of fields. Be prepared to hear progressive, educational, and timely talks. You will walk away inspired to create and change the world around you.
Gary Vaynerchuk is not for the faint of heart. This entrepreneur is tough and to the point. Even with a tough exterior, it is clear that he cares about the success of his followers and viewers. He shares a wealth of information on how he has built and grown businesses into multimillion dollar companies. He also owns a social media-focused digital agency which means he gives advice on best practices for marketing, branding, and technology.
On this channel, entrepreneur Jason Calacanis and a rotating group of guest experts, from authors to CEOS, share their business stories. Tune in to hear their views on the best, worst, and most interesting experiences while in the web-based, technology companies.
Entrepreneur Magazine and their network partners come together multiple times a week to share business ideas and trends. Visit this channel for the latest news, expert advice, and growth strategies for small business owners. With such an extensive library, the videos are organized by entrepreneurship, weekly news, tech, and more. What makes this channel really amazing are the partners. Experts from different fields of business, tech and finance, create their own videos that are specific to their expertise.
Marie Forleo is a weekly show aimed at helping you realize your greatest potential and unique talents. She covers on work like balance, creating change and turning your dreams into a profitable reality.
Behind the Brand is a show that profiles the people who are making things happen. Whether the brand is Dr. Phil or Paul Mitchell, this channel interviews experts focusing on how they go about managing and growing their business. The insight you will get is great as entrepreneurs give specific real life experiences on how they’ve done built and developed their brands.
Startup Grind and Startup Grind Local are startup communities designed to educate, inspire, and connect entrepreneurs. What’s unique is they are building an online and offline entrepreneur community simultaneously. There are monthly events and annual conferences in more than 170 cities and 60 countries featuring successful local founders, innovators, educators and investors. Join this community to get connected with your peers as you all share personal stories and lessons learned on the road to building great companies.
The Standford Graduate School of Business has created a channel inviting viewers into the classroom, as well as keynote presentations on the campus. The school invites leaders to help their students, and the viewers, deepen and advance their understanding of management.
If you are looking for 5-10 minute talks that will inspire you to reflect and act, then watch Brendon.com. Brendon Burchard is one of the most watched personal development trainers on Youtube. Inspired by incidents of his past, he decided to run a self-help series digging into important life questions. This channel is great for the entrepreneur who can sometimes get overwhelmed by the business, and want to find time to value other important things life.
Similar to Ted Talks, FightMediocrity is a channel dedicated to big ideas. They help you fight mediocrity by introducing you to top books in self-improvement and self-help. Through animation, you get a crash course to best-selling books that will be useful on your personal and professional development journey.
BONUS: Casey Neistat
Though Casey Neistat is not known for his skills in the business world, there is alot that entrepreneurs can learn by paying close attention to what he does. Casey is a filmmaker that now creates and tells daily stories via vlogging on Youtube. The subtle element in daily storytelling through videos to make his brand relevant and accessible is an invaluable skill to learn.
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