Most Influential Entrepreneurs To Help You Grow Your Business

10 Most Influential Entrepreneurs To Help You Grow Your Business (and Career)

Here at KUB, we are constantly recommending our favourite entrepreneurs whose main objectives are to help other businesses grow. We love their values and ethics, so we wanted to share them with you.

Here is our list of entrepreneurs, we think you should be following. They have all made every mistake in the book and yet, they carry on the journey to success and authority figures in the online, business community. You can also be like them with the same hard work, determination, resources and tools.

Simon Sinek |

“Do you know your Why? The purpose, cause, or belief that inspires you to do what you do”. How do you expect people to believe in you, if you don’t even believe in yourself or know why you even do stuff! Simon Sinek is a fantastic person to follow on YouTube or via his blog. He provides insights into the latest news, his opinion and also helping you find your motivation and purpose. Necessary for all businesses.

Daniel Pink |

Daniel Pink can help you reshape your work with the latest research into business as well as providing insights from interviews with the biggest and best in the business world. His videos and big ideas can help transform the way you think about your business, your systems and structure and eventually, change your live.

You can listen to his “pink”cast here:

Grant Lebouf |

The Sticky Marketing Club provides you with the necessary information, and insight, to make your sales & marketing work. Here, you can gain valuable insight from our experts in a range of essential subjects as they share their specialist areas of experience. A community of experts is always better than a singular person. The power of many peoples knowledge and skills can help you grow your business by making the mistakes for you.

Neil Patel |

Customer acquisition is a hard, time consuming skill to master. Neil Patel has spent his whole career helping others acquire new customers and driving more traffic to websites. He’s made every mistake possible and he writes about them on his blog. He believes in a formula that you can follow and copy with your business.

You can follow him on his blog here:

Seth Godin |

Seth Godin is the author of 18 books that have been bestsellers around the world and have been translated into more than 35 languages. He writes about the post-industrial revolution, the way ideas spread, marketing, quitting, leadership and most of all, changing everything. His most famous pieces of work are; Linchpin, Tribes, The Dip and Purple Cow.

Short, little snippets: diary like pieces of writing you could say, are showcased regularly on his blog. They are little morsels of knowledge and insights, that help you get motivated in the morning.

You can follow his blog here:

Richard Branson |

World reknown and famous. Everyone knows who Richard Branson is. The self-made billionaire and founder of the Virgin Group. Starting out as just a record label company and Richard putting it all on the line, Virgin has become one of the latest global corporations to dominate our society. We can only learn from the best and Richard is more than happy to help us from the comforts of his caribbean island.

He still personally writes his ideas on his blog, which you can follow at:

Verne Harnish Rockefeller Habits |

If you are looking for something more technical rather than motivational, Verne Harnish developed the Rockefeller Habits. Written in 2002, it may be considered as old news however, Verne wrote the Rockefeller Habits Book from a compilation of best practices adapted from some of the best-run firms on the planet. These winning habits need to be embraced by all companies. Also, there are case studies demonstrating the validity of various practical approaches. In essence, timeless information.

You can purchase the book here:

Kerry Gleeson | The efficiency program | 

Kerry Gleeson is the founder of the PEPWorldwide developer of the Personal Efficiency Program (PEP). “Poor work habits and systems impede productivity and customer service. Efficient administrative practices allow more time for productive work output. These, like quality and service skills, have to be taught and reinforced. If they are not, managers and staff often fall into costly pitfalls”.

You can follow more of Kerry here:

Eric Ries | The Lean Startup | httpss://

Eric Ries is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and author recognized for pioneering the lean startup movement, a new-business strategy which directs startup companies to allocate their resources as efficiently as possible.

His list of free resources can be found via the link: