Want to get the latest news in productivity, tech or any other field of interest? Yes, with the boom of technology, each of us is bombarded with more information than we could handle in a lifetime. And what better way of getting the information you need than going on Twitter and getting your 140 characters of wisdom?
Thus, we decided to help you in this respect and create a list of the 10 best entrepreneurs (in our opinion) to follow on Twitter.
1. Guy Kawasaki (@GuyKawasaki)
The first one that comes to mind is Guy Kawasaki. He is one of the most successful brand ambassadors and he provides amazing advice on creative thinking, the latest news to come out of Silicon Valley and even updates regarding his gig at Canva (which, by the way, is really cool). Mr. Kawasaki has successfully managed to make a career and a whole lot of money talking about the products/services he loves. He has also successfully started a number of startup ventures and has registered success as the Chief Evangelist of Apple.
2. Gary Vaynerchuk (@GaryVee)
Gary Vaynerchuk, author, serial entrepreneur and CEO of Vayner Media. The things that make you want to follow and like him are his enthusiasm and frankness. Having over a million followers, Mr. Vaynerchuk likes to interact with his followers, provides them with useful tips, advice and his honest take on different aspects regarding entrepreneurship and success. The great thing about Gary is that he spends quite a lot of time on Twitter and if you’re always eager to learn something new or get a good laugh, then he is someone who you should definitely be following.
3. Sir Richard Branson (@RichardBranson)
Sir Richard Branson, the man everybody likes and wants to become. Whenever we speak of success, he is the first name that pops into every entrepreneur and business owner’s head. When he was only 16 years old he started his first magazine, called Student. Some forty years later, Sir Richard Branson becomes the sixth wealthiest individual in the U.K. He is renowned for being one of the best entrepreneurs to provide business and leadership advice and address environment concerns. Whenever he tweets links to articles he recommends, he regularly uses the proprietary hashtag #readyrichard.
4. Robert Kiyosaki (@TheRealKiyosaki)
Robert Kiyosaki is a world renowned entrepreneur, investor, Bestselling Author of the Rich Dad Poor Dad series and Financial Education Advocate. What more can you want? For inspiration and many others, go ahead and follow him.
5. Seth Godin (@ThisIsSethsBlog)
If you’re looking for an entrepreneur, great author, public speaker and marketer, then Seth Godin is your man. On his Twitter profile you can find plenty of hilarious posts from his blog which is one of the most popular blogs in the world. He provides his followers with advice and tips on marketing, leadership and on changing everything.
6. Ali Brown (@AliBrown)
She is a well-known entrepreneur and the CEO of Ali International, LLC. Described by Business New Daily as “Entrepreneurial guru for women”, Brown has managed to leave her mark in the business world. Even though she focuses on programs that aim to both motivate and mentor women entrepreneurs, there are quite a lot of things both genders can learn from her. She also provides lots of inspiration, advice, tips and resources on her Twitter feed.
7. Jillian Michaels (@JillianMichaels)
Another great entry on this list is Jillian Michaels, personal trainer and fitness-guru entrepreneur. There’s something contagious about Michaels which makes you want to follow her feed on a daily basis. The way she motivates people to take a hold of their life is unique to say the least. Definitely, she’s a Twitter must, because she tweets a lot and provides plenty of upbeat advice that will get you out of the office and start exercising.
8. Biz Stone (@Biz)
And since we’re on the Twitter subject, you can’t forget Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, as well as Xanga, Odeo, Blogger, Medium and The Obvious Corporation. Thus, if you’re looking for some funny, positive tips and pieces of advice, go ahead and follow him.
9. Sheryl Sandberg (@Sherylsandberg)
Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, women’s rights activist and board member of several companies definitely deserves a spot on this list. Sandberg was named as one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in Business” by Fortune and one of the “50 Women to Watch” by The Wall Street Journal. After leaving her mark on the business environment, she wrote world bestseller ‘Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead’. Later, she went on to found Lean In, a 501(c) that aims to help women achieve their goals. If you’re looking for latest Facebook updates and leadership tips she is a must in your feed.
10. Mark Cuban (@MCuban)
Owner of the Dallas mavericks, investor on ABC’s Shark Tank and CEO of HDNet, Mark Cuban needs no introduction. His resume speaks for him. Having over 3.41 million followers, Cuban talks about tech innovations and startups, but he also touches upon controversial or sensitive topics such as: drug testing in sports, marijuana use and SEC lawsuits.