Want to improve your knowledge or skills, but can’t afford the time or exorbitant cost of tuition to Harvard, Yale, Stanford, MIT, Princeton or Berkeley?
Now you can watch some of the best educational lectures in the world from the comfort of your armchair thanks to Academic Earth.
Of particular interest to Anthillians is the Entrepreneurship section, which contains video lectures on virtually all of the areas an established or budding entrepreneur might wish to explore.
I’ve embedded a taste below: two short, pithy excerpts from a talk Guy Kawasaki gave to Stanford business students in 2004.
In this video, Kawasaki explains that the best training to becoming a successful entrepreneur or venture capitalist is to get beaten up.
The Career Path to Becoming a Venture Capitalist or an Entrepreneur
In this excerpt, Kawasaki explains how to ensure that your entrepreneurial pitches keep improving.
Make a Great Pitch