Inspiration & Motivation
These speeches with unconventional advice offer alternative solutions to common problems in business and in life. Sometimes, the best answer is right in front of us and we just need to change the lens through which we are looking to see it. From the ways CEOs manage their teams to the ways parents perceive a child falling behind in school, there is always a chance that one thing can mean something entirely different. Warren Buffett, who is one of the world's most successful investors, encourages students to focus on developing integrity as opposed to a resume stacked with flawless grades and impressive internships.
Watch this video and forget about any excuse you’ve ever made in your life.
Over the past year we have had the chance to talk with some of the most successful and interesting entrepreneurs.
My father-in-law Don McFadden told me a story about a big mistake he once made. He bought an apartment building in his city and borrowed most of the money to do it. After he took ownership, he learned that many of the tenants were moving out and there was no way to stop them, because they had never signed leases. He was facing an emptying apartment building and a large monthly mortgage payment – a bad combination.
Photo credit: gayle_n (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) I’ll be the first to admit it; doing stuff is difficult. By “stuff”, I don’t mean eating, or playing video games, or doing easy things – nope, I’m talking about the things in life we decide we’ll do because they’re good for us or will help us improve.
At Under30CEO we think big. We recently published a list of our Top 50 Most Motivational People on the web and things got a little nuts.