15 Inspirational Twitter Accounts Every Entrepreneur Should Follow
There are approximately 317 million active Twitter users worldwide as of January. With such a large number, it can be tough to figure out the right people to follow. But don’t worry, we’ve done the hard work for you. We’ve pulled together a list of 15 inspiring Twitter accounts for any aspiring entrepreneur.
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From Richard Branson to Randi Zuckerberg, these 15 successful people share everything from motivational quotes to business ideas to some of their favorite books, podcasts and tech gadgets.
Check out 15 inspirational Twitter accounts every entrepreneur should follow.
Richard Branson, @richardbranson
Kevin Rose, @kevinrose
I tried Pilates for 6months, loved it, great ab work. My instructor in has just launched a home video Give it a try: https://t.co/x4sLWVfu9d— Kevin Rose ? (@kevinrose) February 9, 2017
Steve Case, @stevecase
Tim O'Reilley, @timoreilley
Randi Zuckerberg, @randizuckerberg
LIKE or DISLIKE? Post Intelligence: an AI social media coach helps you craft the best messages and send them at the best moment— Randi Zuckerberg (@randizuckerberg) April 26, 2017
Lewis Howes, @lewishowes
Steve Blank, @sgblank
There should be a lemon law for bad VCs https://t.co/17LMDv1Mrt— steve blank (@sgblank) April 28, 2017
Guy Kawasaki, @guykawasaki
Caterina Fake, @caterina
Kelly Hoey, @jkhoey
Grant Cardone, @grantcardone
Never walk away from a good thing in hopes of a better thing, make the good thing a better thing by bringing another level. #careeradvice— Grant Cardone (@GrantCardone) May 3, 2017
Gerard Adams, @iamgerardadams
Gerard Adams, co-founder of Elite Daily, entrepreneur, investor and “millennial mentor,” is a source for inspiration. If you’re feeling uninspired, stuck or simply in a bad mood, just turn to his Twitter account. Adams posts daily motivational lines that can turn your day around and get you back on track.
Don't be afraid to get back up and try again, love again, live again, and to dream again. Don't let a hard lesson harden your heart.— Gerard Adams (@IAMGerardAdams) April 21, 2017
Barbara Corcoran, @barbaracorcoran
The essence of a great entrepreneur is the ability to bounce back... from anything!— Barbara Corcoran (@BarbaraCorcoran) May 1, 2017
Gretchen Rubin, @gretchenrubin
Trying to keep a habit? Try the strategy of inconvenience. Change your surroundings, not yourself. #BetterThanBefore— Gretchen Rubin (@gretchenrubin) May 2, 2017
Sallie Krawcheck, @salliekrawcheck
How to Build a Great Company: Insights for Start-Up CEOs (and Everyone Else) https://t.co/7oHaxeLM0V— Sallie Krawcheck (@SallieKrawcheck) April 27, 2017