4x Tips to keep you inspired and motivated!
With an eye on innovation and entrepreneurship, we selected 4x tips to feed your entrepreneurial minds. Next to entertainment and relaxation, there is some really good content available that will inspire and motivate you. Check out the following podcast, book, documentary, and website!
Rutger Bregman – Humankind: A New History of Human Nature
In summers such as this one, an uplifting read is much appreciated if not needed. In a book that is built on hope, Bregman explores the intentions of humankind. From the perspectives of biology, psychology, history and economics, Bregman takes a radical new stand; what if humankind is intrinsically good?
Bloomberg Businessweek Podcast
Carol Massar and Jason Kelly bring together the latest news from the world of business and finance and the interesting stories of global technology, politics, economics and more by harnessing the power of Bloomberg Businessweek reporters and editors.
She did that (Netflix)
“She Did That” highlights the entrepreneurial journey of four black women and addresses topics such as funding gaps for women of color, obstacles black women face while working corporate jobs, the implicit bias and outright racism in business life, as well as the importance of self-care. A truly empowering documentary about women who are building legacies and making history – a movie that should not be missed.
Why it’s worth watching: Women set the standard for excellence in business and entrepreneurship and taking care of yourself while running a business is just as important as closing deals.
Don the Idea Guy
Don “the Idea Guy” Snyder is an author, speaker and freelance innovation consultant who helps businesses brainstorm and otherwise inspire creativity. His to-the-point blog posts cover a range of topics, such as how good innovators are like Silly Putty and the three roles you can play in any brainstorming session (Pirate, Politician or Painting), and he’s recently added cartoons to the mix to get ideas across quickly.
These aren’t academic posts you’ll have to wade through—they’re fast reads to give you a jolt of energy in the morning. In fact, one of the nice things about Don the Idea Guy is his focus on not just inspiring you, but actually motivating you to get things done.