50 Best Entrepreneurs To Follow On Social Media

#41 Chris Gardner

With his on-going fight to pay his rent and feed his family, Will Smith perfectly portrayed Chris’ struggle & determination in The Pursuit of Happyness (2006).

Billed as the last job he’ll ever have, Chris absolutely loves his role as the CEO of Happyness.

READ: The Pursuit of Happyness

#42 Natalie Franke

Founder of the Rising Tide Society, Natalie Franke has gathered a network of over 75,000 entrepreneurs & organises over 400 global meetups per month.

As if that wasn’t enough to sway me already, we both have an INFP personality too!

#43 Josue Pena

Josue Pena was a millionaire by the time he was 25, purely from his daily Instagram grind.

Initially marketing himself as a way of realising his dream of becoming a Football (soccer) player, he turned down a professional contract to teach others how to emulate his social media success.

#44 Peng Joon

This ‘nerd in disguise’ offers a fun Instagram feed, full of beneficial advice on how to develop yourself (and your income).

Peng Joon has spent over 1 million dollars on paid advertising, now he’s showing you what he’s learnt from the experience.

#45 Ashley Stahl

Host of the You Turn Podcast, Ashley Stahl, provides non-stop value on how to define your career path & land your dream job – which can include setting up your own business.

After quitting her National Security role at the Pentagon, Ashley now helps you step into a career that not only works for you, but one that you can also get excited about.

#46 Melyssa Griffin

As seen in Forbes & Entrepreneur magazine, Melyssa Griffin helps creative entrepreneurs to best monetise their message & grow their community.

If you’re looking for inspiration on how to grow your business, then taking note of what Melyssa does (and says) will certainly help!

Melyssa also unofficially created the term Creatambitionate, which refers to someone that is Creative, Ambitious & Passionate.

READ: 11 SUREFIRE WAYS TO GROW YOUR INSTAGRAM FOLLOWERS

#47 Peter Voogd

Founder of the Game Changer Academy, Peter Voogd is living his best life.

Peter shows you real world, tactical, hard core strategies to make a 6 figure business.

No BS, no fluff, no academic theories, and no sugar coating.

READ: 6 Months to 6 Figures: “The Fastest Way to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be Regardless of the Economy”

#48 Brené Brown

You may recognise the lovely Brené Brown from her Netflix Special, The Call To Courage.

Brené has spent the past two decades studying courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy. Now she teaches you to walk through vulnerability in order to get to courage, therefore… “embrace the suck”.

READ: Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts.

#49 Andy Batuchi

So this list of Best Entrepreneurs has been somewhat serious up to this point, but sometimes we all could all do with a good laugh.

In times of stress, I can always benefit from watching one of Andy Batuchi’s meme videos, accurately mocking the entrepreneur culture.

Check out one of his videos below…

#50 Mike Walters

Had to slide me in somewhere right? 😅

Whilst you’re here, I would love to connect with you on Linkedin! Just send me an invite here.

Conclusion

So, that was my list of the 50 Best Entrepreneurs To Follow On Social Media!

I’m sure there were many names that you recognised, and hopefully, some that you didn’t.

Have you followed anyone from this list?

Is there anyone that you felt was missing?

Let me know in the comments below!

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