Entrepreneurship Advice

Inspirational Videos from Famous Successful Entrepreneurs

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs On Dreaming Out Of The Box

Sean Diddy Combs chats with young entrepreneurs about what it means to take a vision to reality and how one must dream big and out of the box to create success.

Tyler Perry: Give Everything To Your One Idea

Multi-Millionaire Director Tyler Perry shares his wisdom about success and sticking to one idea. Make it your priority and place all of your attention and energy to it. Once you are successful at one idea, it will give birth to your other visions.

The Amazon Story: Why Jeff Bezos Was A Practical, Bold Risk...

Jeff Bezos talks about the story of how a small idea, became one of the most successful companies on the planet, Amazon.

Howard Schultz: I Dreamed Big Dreams

Mega Entrepreneur and the man responsible for Starbucks, Howard Schultz gives his one of a kind wisdom on how to dream big and follow through with it. He discusses how there will be people along the way who will question the size of your dreams, and how you should not allow anyone, family or friends, to get in the way by bringing you down.

A Nervous Elon Musk Gives Mind Blowing Caltech Commencement Speech

Elon Musk gave an incredible speech for the graduates of California Institute of Technology were he discussed his purpose and his "why" for creating and inventing things.

Robert Herjavec: Don’t Complain, Be Happy Before The Money

Some of the golden rules Robert Herjavec believes led him to success opposed to just working hard and having an idea, was that his dad taught him to not complain,

Steve Harvey: You Got To Jump

Steve Harvey breaks down some straight up truths about becoming successful - in terms of wealth and abundance. He believes that jumping and taking risks is a massive step to the live of your dreams, and that there's no way around it.

Jack Dorsey’s Talks About Role Model’s And Always Asking The ‘Why’...

Twitter Founder Jack Dorsey talks about the importance of role models and how he is inspired by artist Robert Irwin for always asking the "why" question.