3 great entrepreneurial talks to watch

They are not new but they are all a must watch if you’ve not seen them before: Steve Jobs has an amazing life story to tell which he delivers incredibly well; Guy Kawasaki brings a side-splitting comedy performance, but also insightful message, with his “The Art of the Start” talk; and Richard Branson is very cool on TED.

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6 Responses to “3 great entrepreneurial talks to watch”

  1. Jon Winstanley Says:

    These are excellent videos, thanks Nick.

    Keeping with the entrepreneurial vibe, have you listened to any of the Entrepreneurial thought leader series run by Stanford University?

    There are some excellent talks on there, and being audio only they are excellent for listening to on the daily commute. The link is here: http://ecorner.stanford.edu/podcasts.html

  2. Nick Barker Says:

    Pleased you got something from them!

    I have watched some of the Stanford videos before but not listened to the podcasts. I’ll tune in – the “Unlearn Your MBA” by David Heinemeier Hansson of 37signals looks interesting after the blog debate on my “Valuing an MBA in a Startup” post!

    Thanks for the link 🙂

  3. Value My No Plate Says:

    Cool videos, thanks for putting them together in this post. Richard Branson is one of my all time idols, his book truly inspired me, if you haven’t read it yet, make sure you do! Good to hear him just talking about his experiences though too.

  4. Nick Barker Says:

    Branson is great!! I worked with a couple of his companies and learnt alot. I’ve read a couple of his books, which is best?

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