Wisdom from Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Business Owners
Starting a business is a worthy challenge. If you have done it, then give yourself a pat on the back, because you truly understand what it entails. If you haven’t yet, maybe it’s time to consider it? Nevertheless, once you head down this road, your blood will be pumping euphoria as your entrepreneur quest grows!
If you are ready for this adrenaline challenge then let me tell you, that yes, there are those who have failed. Do not let their failures hinder your journey, instead use their errors to your advantage and look to the ones who have succeeded and learn from their victories!
Here is a list #1 of the world’s top Entrepreneurs, Investors, and Business Owners which offer some helpful advice for good development in business and marketing.
1) Richard Branson
Entrepreneur Richard Branson defies conventional wisdom on success. With Virgin Airlines – he started a thriving airline literally in an afternoon. With Virgin Cola – he took one of the most successful companies of all time head on and almost won. With Necker Island – he acquired the island first believing that the money to develop it would show up eventually, it did. A notorious adventurer, Branson is clearly, within reason, not afraid to live.
2) Warren Buffett
In a Interview with Private Equity giant David Rubenstein, Warren Buffett discuses his life and investments. Dropping hints of wisdom along the way. Also, rather fitting that he sounds a bit like a Yoda Entrepreneur!
3) Steve Jobs
Drawing from some of the most pivotal points in his life, Entrepreneur Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams and see the opportunities in life’s setbacks — including death itself — at the university’s 114th Commencement on June 12, 2005.
4) Bill Gates
Video of Entrepreneur Bill Gates Speech at Harvard!
The important lesson is know who you are, what you are good at and what you want to do. Success comes from so many variables outside of your control.
Also if you concentrate it’s kinda like hearing Kermit the frog.
5) Mark Cuban
See how Entrepreneur Cuban spun his love of basketball into a multi-billion dollar enterprise. (Source: Bloomberg)