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100 Must See Interviews With the World's Most Successful Entrepreneurs

100 Must See Interviews With the World's Most Successful Entrepreneurs
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. The article created incredible buzz all over the web and most importantly we fired up our audience to go out and make something happen. As young entrepreneurs it’s important that we keep swinging for the fences. Super successful investors like Ron Conway say they’d rather invest in an 18 year old Mark Zuckerberg than a 31 year old seasoned entrepreneur because the young Sean Parker types truly think the sky is the limit. At Under30CEO we’re going to carry that mentality into the interviews that we conduct on the site. The list below is the most incredible people to learn from as entrepreneurs and we intend to interview them all…somehow. Introducing our Top 100 Entrepreneurs to Learn from and their best interviews from around the web…1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) 8.) 9.) 10.) 11.) 12.) 13.) 14.) 15.) 16.) 17.) 18.) 19.) 20.) 21.) 22.) 23.) 24.) 25.) 26.)

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Can Building Great Products Help You Build Great Teams? - Deep Nishar Silicon Valley was built on amazing products, not on stellar leadership skills. In fact, veterans of some of the world’s most successful tech companies often look with skepticism, even disdain, on efforts to build strong management skills. The premise is that all energy should be focused solely on turning fabulous ideas into hyper growth. It’s true that if a start-up fails — or is sold — the need for enduring leadership may never arise. And in the earliest stages of a company, the need to organize, motivate and inspire large groups of people to accomplish shared goals may not be obvious. But neglecting the art of people management has significant costs for any company that aspires to be around for a while.

Your Top 10 Boredom-Busting Websites Last week, we asked you what your go-to sites were when you hit the afternoon lull. We checked out all the boredom busters you sent in and let’s just say… it was hard to pull ourselves away! Some of our faves like Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter, and HuffPo obviously made the list, but here are the 10 others that stood out. Some we’ve been addicted to for a while, some are new finds, all are great ways to kill some downtime. 1. Mental_floss: Get a little geeky in your free time with this site packed full of fascinating facts, quizzes, and trivia.

Eight Ways To Start A Creative Project Or Business Idea For Under $100 Source: Natalie on Pinterest If you’ve decided on a new idea that you just must unleash to the world, you’re probably thinking about these key things: - How do I develop and ship it in the least amount of time - How do I effectively build and market it for the least amount of money - How do I make sure it’s going to have a big impact on hundreds of people The great news is, it’s all entirely possible. In fact we’ve never had a better time than now to create project and products within days, on a tight budget, that we can spread far and wide. Social media, outsourcing and online tools are the new age entrepreneur’s armour and weapons of mass construction.

Solutions and Services - SymphonyIRI Group Advantage Portfolio Description Powered by IRI's Liquid Data technology platform, Symphony Advantage solutions empower individuals throughout the enterprise in CPG and retail to make fact-based business decisions in minutes or hours based on timely, prescriptive, and predictive insights. Asia's 10 greatest street food cities Food is one of the most enjoyable things for travelers in Asia. But do you know where to find its best street dishes? Now you do, with this collection of best street food from 10 of the top food cities in Asia. While the nature of mobile street carts and movable market stalls means pinpointing every dish isn’t possible, the listings below indicate roads in each city that are more than likely to have someone selling. Start your Asian street food journey by clicking on a city on the left. Vote for your favorite Asian street food here.

Stop pretending it’s all a party: The social contract of working at a startup By Sarah Lacy On June 25, 2013 Perhaps it’s because I’ve worked my whole career in media and startups. But I’m having a hard time getting super lathered up about Bloomberg’s takedown of what it is like to work at Fab. Don’t hang your jacket on the back of a chair? Why Atheism? Just about everyone is an atheist when it comes to other gods — the gods that other people believe in or that nobody believes in anymore. I’m an atheist about all gods because there's no reliable evidence for any god, or even for Jesus. There is also extensive evidence that Jesus and all gods are fictional characters — myths created mainly by primitive people who had little understanding of how our universe operates. We all like myths and other stories, but we don't have to believe them. Let’s start with a quick experiment. You can grab three coins and actually do the experiment, or just do a thought experiment.

Startup Advice: How Entrepeneurs Gain Credibility While talking with young founders in Europe and the US over the last couple months, I have been asked the same question repeatedly -- how can an entrepreneur just starting out gain the necessary credibility to attract capital? It is an important question because, at its heart, a startup investment is an investment in the entrepreneur. And the earlier stage the investment, the more so this is true.

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