[Video] 5 Apps Every Entrepreneur Needs to Stay Organized
You don’t need to be the most organized person in the world in order to run your business effectively. But it helps. Luckily, if your desk is a mess and the post-it notes you have stuck to your iMac screen [..]
[Video] 5 Things You Should be Doing to Have an Insanely Productive Week
A lot goes into a week for every entrepreneur. We try our best to try to be efficient and productive. Sometimes we’re successful, sometimes we crash and burn. It’s also difficult to know what we should be [..]
[Video] Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin Speaks on the Value of Failure
Believe it or not, Google was almost a pizza ordering service. If it wasn’t for one failed fax, we would all be using the search engine primarily for faxing orders to Pizza hut.
While they were grad students at [..]
[Video] Elon Musk on Starting a Business “Have a High Pain Threshold”
Elon Musk has become one of most inspiring entrepreneurs of recent years. His dream of lower cost space exploration and eventually colonizing Mars, has sparked everyone’s imagination.
Through his successes at Paypal [..]
[Video] Business Tips From a Once Homeless Billionaire
Around here, John Paul Dejoria’s story is one of our favorites. Dejoria is the founder of Paul Mitchell Systems and Patron Tequila. When you delve into how he worked his way out of homelessness and made his way to [..]
[Video] Jeff Bezos: “Big Successes Compensate for Dozens of Things That Didn’t Work”
One of the major differences between ultra successful entrepreneurs and the rest of the world is the way they view failure. Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon has been through a tech bubble in 2001, a great recession, [..]
[Video] Founder of Mint.com Talks About the Stages of a Startup, Raising Capital, and Selling Your Idea for $170 Million
A few years ago we came across a great video of Aaron Patzer who is the founder and Former CEO of Mint.com. In this 20 minute video, Patzer breaks down the different stages of a startup, how valuable good engineers are to [..]