The single biggest reason why start-ups succeed | Bill Gross

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Bill Gross has founded a lot of start-ups, and incubated many others — and he got curious about why some succeeded and others failed. So he gathered data from hundreds of companies, his own and other people's, and ranked each company on five key factors. He found one factor that stands out from the others — and surprised even him.

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2) Steve Jobs - Apple - 0:12
3) Pierre Omidyar - eBay - 0:33
4) Michael Dell - Dell - 0:59
5) Sergey Brin - Google 1:16
6) Biz Stone - Twitter 1:35
7) Gary Vaynerchuk - Wine Library 1:50
8) Daniel Ek - Spotify - 1:58
9) Kevin Rose - Digg, Tiiny - 2:29
10) James Altucher - 'Choose Yourself' - 2:55
11) Robert Greene - 'Mastery' - 3:21
12) Guy Kawasaki - Apple - 3:35
13) Steve Wozniak - Apple - 4:06
14) Mark Cuban - Broadcast - 4:26
15) Sam Altman - Loopt - 5:01
16) Tony Fadell - Nest - 5:12
17) Danae Ringelmann -Indiegogo - 5:26
18) Simon Sinek - 'Start With Why' - 5:46
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27) Elon Musk - Tesla, SpaceX - 9:14
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29) Chris Sacca - Baller Investor - 9:56
30) Paul Graham - Y Combinator - 10:18
31) Dennis Crowley - foursquare - 10:40
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33) Leah Busque - TaskRabbit - 11:25
34) Anthony Casalena - Squarespace - 11:44
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The Power of an Entrepreneurial Mindset | Bill Roche | TEDxLangleyED

When we help youth to develop an entrepreneurial mindset, we empower them to be successful in our rapidly changing world. Whether they own a business or work for someone else, young adults need the skills and confidence to identify opportunities, solve problems and sell their ideas. This skillset can be encouraged and developed in elementary schools, with the immediate benefit of increased success in school.

In this talk, Bill Roche shares stories of students that have created their own real business ventures with PowerPlay Young Entrepreneurs. He illustrates the power of enabling students to take charge of their learning with freedom to make mistakes, and challenging them to actively develop entrepreneurial skills. Bill also showcases the achievements of specific students and shares how a transformative experience for one student has been a source of inspiration for him over the years. Bill Roche specializes in designing curriculum-based resource packages related to entrepreneurship, financial literacy and social responsibility. Bill worked directly in Langley classrooms for over ten years and now supports teachers throughout the country in creating real-world learning experiences for their students. Over 40,000 students have participated in his PowerPlay Young Entrepreneurs program. The program’s impact has been captured in a documentary scheduled for release early in 2018. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
Robert Kiyosaki's 7 Keys To Ridiculous Wealth

Robert Kiyosaki's 7 Keys To Ridiculous Wealth

Robert Kiyosaki's 7 Keys To Ridiculous Wealth.

Stop trading time for money, and start generating real wealth through passive residual income...

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Robert Toru Kiyosaki is an American businessman, author, and has a reported net worth of over $80 Million.

In this revealing video, he shares his top 7 keys to creating ridiculous wealth.

I highly recommend watching this video to see the full explanation of each of these, take lots of notes!

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1. STOP trading time for money. START earning 'residual' income.

2. Learn how to raise capital.

3. Follow one course until you are successful.

4. The more you give, the more you receive.

5. Make an investment in real estate or business (this experience makes you smarter).

6. Change your money mindset.

7. Work hard towards earning a passive income!

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Zero Equals One: Creating A Business From Nothing | Riley Csernica | TEDxCharleston

Riley Csernica makes entrepreneurship a simple equation, especially for young adults. The 24-year-old biomedical engineer explains how she co-founded a medical brace device company to create a job she would love. Through her own experience, shared with candor and humor, Csernica demonstrates how her sense of accomplishment and what she has learned along the way far exceed anything she would have gotten from an entry-level job out of college.

In just a few short years, Riley Csernica earned three degrees and started a company with her Clemson classmate Chelsea Ex-Lubsekie. With her Mom's blessing, an MBA, plus two degrees in biomedical engineering, Csernica became an inventor and entrepreneur. Taking the design from a class project, Csernica and her partner worked with athletic trainers, orthopedic surgeons and patients to advance the shoulder brace device, developing an effective and revolutionary design. When Csernica isn't developing future designs, she is involved with local community groups to support youth entrepreneurship.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
The art of innovation | Guy Kawasaki | TEDxBerkeley

The art of innovation | Guy Kawasaki | TEDxBerkeley

Guy Kawasaki at TEDxBerkeley 2014: "Rethink. Redefine. Recreate." His talk is titled "The Art of Innovation."

Guy Kawasaki is a special advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google. He is also the author of APE, What the Plus!, Enchantment, and nine other books. Previously, he was the chief evangelist of Apple. Kawasaki has a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from UCLA as well as an honorary doctorate from Babson College.

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