Being a business owner requires motivation which can come from various sources such as podcasts and YouTube channels. There are some YouTube channels which serve to inspires us to achieve greater heights due to their valuable content.
We asked entrepreneurs and business owners about their Favorite YouTube channel and here are the responses;
#1- TED Talks
TED Talks is one of the most life-changing, mind-blowing sources of content I’ve ever seen. It consists of countless guest speakers who are experts in all sorts of areas who give short talks about incredible subjects from minimalism or human psychology, to the future of technology or even how to have incredible relationships.
Thanks to Trinity Manning, OnceLogix!
#2- Evan believes
#BelieveNation – Evan Carmichael believes in entrepreneurs. At 19, he built and sold a biotech software company. at 22, he was a venture capitalist helping raise up to 15 million dollars. He now runs the biggest youtube channel for entrepreneurs with over 1 million subscribers. He breathers and bleeds entrepreneurship. He aims to help entrepreneurs grow their businesses. I try to watch a video from his channel daily.
Thanks to Zondra Wilson, Blu Skin Care, LLC!
#3- Gary Vaynerchuk
There are quite a big number of fantastic YouTube channels each of which can help any entrepreneur of any stage to find the right path of success. As far as my choice is concerned, among a few YouTube channels I regularly follow, the one of Gary Vaynerchuk is my most favorite channel which I hit everyday at least once. Marking Gary Vaynerchuk as only a guide for successful entrepreneurship will be simply insulting his prowess and talent. Gary expresses and explains the most useful and delicate things that help people to learn important business lessons in his unique easiness through his YouTube channel. There is always something for everyone when Gary Vaynerchuk speaks for the entrepreneurs. That is why YouTube channel of Gary Vaynerchuk is my most favorite one.
Thanks to Andrei Vasilescu, DontPayFull!
#4- Marie TV
I am not sure when it was that I was introduced to Marie Forleo, however, once I started watching her quirky, funny, interesting shows, I was hooked. I like that she is approachable. I like that she is humble about where she came from, how she leaned in, and why. I like how she treats her staff. But most importantly, I love her topics and her point of view. She is all in when it comes to helping others achieve success in both their business and personal life. This is why I tune in on a regular basis.
Thanks to Roberta Perry, Scrubz Body Scrub, Inc.!
This is a bit niche to digital marketing, but I absolutely love Measureschool. I think Julian does a fantastic job teaching specific how-to information about website analytics and tracking what users are doing on your website. I also think watching his channel has the added benefit of learning from the best how great video content marketing is done right now. I’ve paid for their online courses after learning a ton for free from their YouTube channel, and I always watch their new videos as soon as they come out.
Thanks to Eagan Heath, Get Found Madison!
#6- Stanford Graduate School of Business
My choice for top YouTube Channel for business is Stanford Graduate School of Business. While the channel isn’t about discrete “How to*’*s,” it provides outstanding discussion ranging from the economy to entrepreneurship. The channel regularly showcases CEOs, lectures, and overall advice. Others seems to agree, the channel has over half a million subscribers, 43 million total views, and tons of great videos. Bottom Line: A great YouTube Business Channel covers a range of topics that affect the world of business and Stanford Graduate School of Business’ channel offers the perfect blend.
Thanks to Marcus Harjani, FameMoose!
Given the importance of SEO in modern marketing, I find Moz to be essential and required watching for any marketer or entrepreneur. By providing a wealth of information, guides and updates in regards to the world of SEO, Moz has established itself as the preeminent authority in regards to SEO and ranking on Google. Moz’s YouTube channel produces regular SEO features (Whiteboard Friday, for example) in order to ensure that there’s always something to watch, but will step outside the lines of its scheduling if there is an SEO update or piece of news that warrant a new video.
Thanks to Nate Masterson, Maple Holistics!
I met Garyfor a closed dinner in Houston, TX 1/31/18 and the man is as real as it gets. He is the epitome of winning. I’m grateful to have came across him about a year and a half ago while starting my e-commerce business EZneeds. There is no price that can put a value to his content, which he gives out for free. He is on the money when it comes to where user attention is going. I have learned a great deal and really honed in on the concept of underpriced attention which he speaks a great deal of. He has been nothing but an inspiration and I know I’m speaking on behalf of millions of people when I say that I am truly grateful for everything he has done for the business community. For those who have not consumed his content, I highly recommend it.
Thanks to Nidal Ganim, EZneeds!