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6 Entrepreneurs You Need To Follow

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6 Entrepreneurs You Need To Follow

The explosion of entrepreneurship continues to be a phenomenon; powered by the expansion of social media and e-commerce, there has never been an easier time to start your own brand or business.

The second annual Thrive Conference held in San Diego last week highlighted some of the biggest and brightest minds in the entrepreneurial world.

Here are six top names you should follow to guide growth and development throughout your entrepreneurial ventures and take your business and life to the next level.

1. John Assaraf — @johnassaraf

Assaraf is a highly acclaimed author and neuroscience expert. Assaraf is the founder of NeuroGym, and a researcher of consciousness and human behavior. He has built a career teaching people how to overcome blockages holding them back from achieving their fullest potential.

2. Cole Hatter — @colehatter

Real estate expert Hatter is connected to some of the biggest names in the self-development world. Hatter entered the entrepreneurial world after a devastating car accident and went on to sell over $100 million worth of real estate education products. He is also the founder of the Thrive: Make Money Matter conference. Check out Benzinga’s exclusive interview with Hatter.

3. Tai Lopez — @Tailopez

You likely have seen Tai Lopez from YouTube, where he has quickly risen to become a fixture in the self-development and entrepreneurial world in the last few years. Famous for reading a book a day and his 67 steps program to retrain you brain for success, Tai is also spilling his insight into of how to achieve the four pillars of life: health, wealth, love and happiness.

4. Grant Cardone — @grantcardone

Like him or hate him, he won’t care either way. This sales guru wants you to stray away from an average mentality. He is one of the most entertaining follows on twitter. Cardone’s brash and unapologetic mentality toward success makes him a one of a kind personality and motivator.

5. Than Merrill — @ThanMerrill

Former NFL player Merrill is the founder of nine-figure real estate education company FortuneBuilders. He is one of the premier real estate investors in the country.

6. Lewis Howes — @LewisHowes

New York Times bestseller author and former College Football All American, Howes is a lifestyle entrepreneur who teaches other entrepreneurs how to make a full-time living doing what they love. His School of Greatness podcast reaches 650,000 people monthly.

Posted-In: Cole Hatter FortuneBuilders Grant Cardone John Assaraf Lewis Howes NeuroGymEntrepreneurship General Best of Benzinga

 

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