Entrepreneurs

The keys to success, and inspirational traits you can learn from famous entrepreneurs.

The owner of CNN, Ted Turner didn't have an easy road by any means. He was faced with a load of adversity, from an abusive father who eventually committed suicide, being bipolar, and creating a media business in a field filled with big monopolies like CBS and FOX. Find out the inner traits that led him to prevail in a dog eat dog world.
Blake Mycoskie, the owner of Tom's shoes is a new kind of entrepreneur who has brilliantly mixed fashion and business with aid for 3rd world problems. A unique system to any business he now operates, one for one; buy a shoe and one shoe will be given to someone less fortunate in a developing country. Check out his inner keys to success...
Arianna Huffington is one of the most influential and inspiring women on earth. She created HuffingtonPost.com and has been a journalist, an activist and best-selling author all at the same time.
Larry Page and his business partner, Sergey Brin have been dubbed entrepreneurial geniuses by many for being the brains behind not only the largest search engine, but the largest website on the world wide web. These aren’t no “evil geniuses” though, in fact their slogan is “don’t be evil” but instead they thrive to make the worlds resources readily available to everyone.
Walmart founder Sam Walton was a leader with a vision in literally everything he did. He nudged his way into corporate success by being innovative in his approach to always put the customer first and provide discounted products.
It's not about finding what you want to do. It's about finding what you want to do for the world. Think about that.
Napoleon Hill is one of the first people to ever study the subject of success. He has made more people rich and successful than any other man before him. His work is now used by motivational speakers, businessmen, and self-help gurus all over the world.