Time is undeniable the most valuable resource we have. No matter if you are a student, an investment banker, or operating your own business, it is beneficial to find ways that can save you time and improve the way you are navigating in the world.
You probably have some specific areas that you know you could (and should) improve in; but you haven’t precisely come around to it – yet.
To educate yourself continuously through life is a significant skill that make chances for success more likely no matter what endeavour you’re pursuing.
But how do you find the time to educate yourself? And how do you do it? Some people enjoy reading thick books on the couch on Sundays. But that isn’t for everybody. If that applies to you, luckily, there is a great alternatives out there. One of them is Youtube!
There has been a revolution in audio content in recent years. Both podcast and streaming sites as youtube or Vimeo have forever changed how the general public consume content. Youtube is no longer just cute cat videos and Justin Bieber music videos but a real powerhouse of high-quality content. And the best part; it’s all for free.
Some people argue that the ‘audio-revolution’ is as important as when Gutenberg invented the printing press and spread literature to the masses. The spoken word is now equally available to the masses – on demand. For the first time in history, the spoken word can be distributed and enjoyed by everyone with an internet connection. Say what.
Another great feature of ‘audio’ is that you can consume it while doing everyday tasks. It is now possible to learn while commuting, cleaning, or exercising – which is truly a game-changer. The power of audio-content is immense, and if you haven’t incorporated it into your daily life regiment yet, it could, indeed, be the leaning tool you are looking for.
Whether you’re looking for entrepreneurial inspiration, ways to better target your social media campaigns, or more practical step-by-step guidance on how to operate different aspects of your startup business, you can find it on Youtube.
We’ve collected our top 10 favorite business YouTube channels that can inspire, educate – and hopefully help you grow your business.
Skillshare: (299k Subscribers)
Category: Learning new skills and personal development
As an entrepreneur, you often have to wear multiple hats. The e-learning platform Skillshare’s YouTube channel features an extensive catalog of free lessons to assist you with anything from business-pitch to product photography and graphic design
- How To Begin Your Presentation with Simon Sinek
- Learn Outdoor Photography Tips on a Shoot with Brandon Woelfel
- Aaron Draplin on Working Efficiently in Illustrator with Free Vectors
The Startup Van (216K Subscribers)
Undeniable, you’ll find yourself low in motivation and creativity from time to time. The Startup Van got your back: It delivers high-quality interviews with world-class entrepreneurs talking about everything from life-hacks to how to persevere through adversity.
GaryVee: (2.92M Subscribers)
When people hear Gary Vaynerchuck, they tend to think “motivational speaker” or “Social media influencer.” In reality, that is only a fraction of the things he is doing. This Channel explores the world and views of the ultra charismatic and bombastic series-entrepreneur.
- Being an entrepreneur | Gary Vaynerchuk With Larry King
- My Honest Opinion on Hard Work, Hustle, Rest, and Sleep
ColdFusion: (2.72M subscribers)
This is a good one folks. The creator and narrator, Dagogo Altraide on ColdFusion, aims to let you experience the cutting edge of the world around us. He tells captivating stories from the world of business and technology and educate you on what’s happening on the cutting edge, today.
Robin Sharma: (726K subscribers)
Robin Sharma, the self-claimed humanitarian, is considered one of the top 5 leadership experts in the world and an internationally acclaimed bestselling author. We can’t get around it. Leadership is important, whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur or just hiring your first employee. On this channel, Robin Sharma explores all aspects of being a leader – all from overcoming procrastination and self-doubt to maximizing performance and create better daily rituals.(Psst. Here at Cuttles, we can very much recommend his book ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari’.)
Tony Robbins: (1.04M subscribers)
Tony Robbins is a catalyst for change and a truly inspirational individual. His channels are a nice mixture of general life advice, life hacks – and of course, world class business content.
This Week In Startups: (150K subscribers)
Entrepreneur and Angel investor Jason Calacanis brings you his best, worst and most interesting stories from the world of startups. Get a glimpse into the board room during interviews with the most innovative founders and investors and get the experts’ hottest takes on trending topics.
Marie Forleo: (679K subscribers)
Marie Forleo’s YouTube channel is a brilliant resource to help you think smarter, develop successful habits, and learn new skills. Listed under Inc’s 500 fastest growing companies, Marie creates online training programs that allow people to turn their dreams into profitable realities, and her channel includes playlists such as 'Smart Advice for Sticky Situations' and 'Critical Advice for Artists & Creative Entrepreneurs'
- Why Smart People Underperform
- How to Be A Great Leader
- According to Simon SinekNetworking For Introverts
Jamie Turner: (3.55k subscribers)
If you're looking for videos about leadership styles, leadership qualities, or leadership training, then this YouTube channel is for you. In it, Jamie Turner will walk you through key management skills for your career.
- How to Communicate Effectively at Work
- Influencer Marketing Strategy for 2020
- New Facebook Ad Hacks to Get Better Results in 2020
Behind The Brand: (208K subscribers)
Behind the Brand with Bryan Elliott is a show about innovators, entrepreneurs, and their success stories. It's like a backstage pass inside the minds, companies, and habits of some of the smartest and most interesting people on the planet.