5 Twitter Handles Every Entrepreneur Should Follow

1. James Altucher

A brutally honest entrepreneur and author, James Altucher, shares both his failures and struggles as well as his successes. If you really want to learn a thing or two about life-work balance and all the ins and outs of being your own boss, give him a follow!

 

2. Gary Vaynerchuk

If you need some extra motivation, not just in your work, but in your life, give Gary Vaynerchuk a listen/read/watch. He’ll help you get to that frame of mind you need to keep going!

 

3. Ali Brown

Named as the “Entrepreneurial guru for women,” Ali Brown works to motivate and mentor female entrepreneurs. However, her advice and input is incredibly valuable to both genders as she has plenty to offer about the business world.

 

4. Adam Milstein

If you work in the world of Jewish entrepreneurship AND philanthropy, you probably know who this guy is! Adam Milstein is a must follow for those who want to keep abreast on Israel and the world.

 

5. Tim Ferriss

 Tim Ferriss is the author of The 4-Hour Workweek. That sounds pretty good to us! Give him a follow for inspiration and creative lifestyle tips.

 

Of course, there are so many great resources in the twittersphere and all over the net. If you have any other favorite people you follow, let us know for future posts on valuable resources for entrepreneurs!

 

 

 

Shani
Shani is a photographer and content creator from Los Angeles. She graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a Communication degree, which she puts to good use by connecting with all the incredible Jewish organizations and the people who support them. With a deep pride in her Jewish roots and an Israeli background, Shani hopes to share the power and potential of Jewish innovation and connection with the world.