Hear this extraordinary entrepreneur, author and speaker -- Guy Kawasaki -- talk about his entrepreneurial journey -- starting with how he began at Stanford University and then with Steve Jobs at Apple. Learn how he wants to be remembered. And discover his two current major challenges and where he aims to put a dent in the universe (it "may be one of the most important projects in the history of mankind").
Watch Chris Brogan, the CEO of Owner Media Group, talk about his pre-entrepreneurship history and how his "twitchy in my chair" quirk led him to start his own business. Hear him describe why entrepreneurs are built to answer questions and "fill in a missing spot" in the market. Listen as he describes how the common excuse of "if only" never works and why we, as entrepreneurs, have to "move the needle" ourselves. And see how his little knowledge of improv acting helped him answer Dr. Phil's question in front of a live audience.
Hear from Pat Flynn, the founder of Smart Passive Income, as he shares his "light-bulb moment" when he committed to becoming an entrepreneur in March of 2009. And this was after "he didn't have any entrepreneurial juice at all" until he was let go from his architectural job -- the event that "shifted his entire world." Watch as he describes how "lucky" he was when he wasn't able to get another job, which led him to starting the wildly successful SmartPassiveIncome.com.
Listen how Joe Griffin, successful co-founder of ClearVoice, was positively and entrepreneurially imprinted at age 6 when his dad poured $14,000 of cash on his head. Hear how his early exposure to entrepreneurship trained him to be comfortable being wealthy or poor. Learn about one of his first jobs at an electronics retailer, and how it honed his natural selling skills. (As an added bonus, hear Joe reveal his secret to getting discounted food at Kentucky Fried Chicken in his early years!)
Listen how Dan Martell overcomes drugs, jail, and rehab -- as a troubled youth -- to starting his first business at age 17, and becoming a millionaire by age 27. Watch how "entrepreneurship literally saved [his] life" and hear about how "not wasting a day" of his life has been a key to his success. Learn his useful tips on the importance of regularly making a list of accomplishments and gratitude statements to rid yourself of the "entrepreneurship blues."