Great and inspiring videos relating to business planning and entrepreneurship.

Guy Kawasaki, talking at the UC Berkeley StartUp Competition, in March 2013, about the “Top 10 mistakes made by entrepreneurs when pitching to VCs”:

Jean-Francois Gallouin, Professeur at Ecole Centrale Paris, on how different start-ups and large groups can be, and why they need each other:

David S. Rose, serial entrepreneur turned serial investor, on pitching to VCs:

Watch this video from Simon Sinek explaining why companies are successful and others are not. It all gets back to how great leaders communicate and inspire action:

Stanford University’s Entrepreneurship Corner: Fall 2009 RoundUp, “What did we learn?”, with Steve Blank, Serial Entrepreneur:

Steve Jobs’ 2005 Stanford Commencement Address.  Drawing from some of the most pivotal points in his life, Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computers and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams and see the opportunities in life’s setbacks – including death itself – at the university’s 114th Commencement on June 12, 2005:

FUN ! When you start a business, learn from Rocky Balboa what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur: you need to believe in yourself, and believe that you will make it; you need to recognise the opportunity when you see it; you need to get started – stop the day-dreaming and get moving now; you need to train and fight to become one of the best; you are going to be scared but that’s normal – get on with it; you need to accept set-backs, learn from them, and get back onto the stage; you need endurance, and build it up step by step, day by day, week by week; you need to make sacrifice – you can’t have it all; you need to enjoy success when you win!