These 10 Business Gurus Teach You How To Run A Business. By James Dazouloute

Gurus are plentiful, but finding one who can actually teach you something that is real and that you didn't know before is hard work, since most so-called Gurus are only smoke and mirrors looking to make a buck while you are not paying real attention. And so this is why you must be determined on finding real business Gurus when it is time to run your business, or take it to the next level. And who better to advise you on what it takes to run your BIZ than the Captain of Industries? And so this is why today I will share with you, Fellow Money Getter, the top 10 Business Gurus who are in the thick of it all, and are making money daily running their businesses. And because they are the Real Deal, they are the people whose products your business depend on, and they are also accustomed to Failures and Setbacks just like you, then you are in a great position to actually learn something and have someone who truly can relate to you, and then get you on your way to Financial Success...  James Dazouloute

So With No Further Delay, Here Are The 10 Business Gurus To Teach You How To Run A Business

01. Mark Cuban (Shark Tank Investor And Owner of the Dallas Mavericks)

 “One thing we can all control is effort. Put in the time to become an expert in whatever you’re doing. It will give you an advantage because most people don’t do this. The beauty of success, whether it’s finding the girl of your dreams, the right job or financial success, is that it doesn’t matter how many times you have failed, you only have to be right once.” And, “then everyone can tell you how lucky you are.” – Mark Cuban - Billionaire Investor And Owner of the Dallas Mavericks

02. Sheryl Sandberg (COO of Facebook)

 “I don’t believe we have a professional self from Mondays through Fridays and a real self for the rest of the time. That kind of division probably never worked, but in today’s world … it makes even less sense. I’ve cried at work … I talk about my hopes and fears and ask people about theirs. I try to be myself–honest about my strengths and weaknesses.” – Sheryl Sandberg – COO of Facebook

03. Chad Hurley (Co-Founder Of YouTube)

 “As you start building the product, don’t assume that you know all the answers. Surround yourself with great people. You need people you can trust to do their job and sometimes the product or idea can die if someone is too controlling. Be prepared to adapt. Also, being lean and mean helps you build something more efficient. You may have initial thoughts or ideas on how something will work but you need to observe how you and the community are using it. Don’t be afraid to change direction mid course.” - Chad Hurley – Co-Founder Of YouTube.

04. J.K. Rowling (Author of the Harry Potter Series)

 “So why do I talk about the benefits of failure? Simply because failure meant a stripping away of the inessential. I stopped pretending to myself that I was anything other than what I was, and began to direct all my energy into finishing the only work that mattered to me. Had I really succeeded at anything else, I might never have found the determination to succeed in the one arena I believed I truly belonged. I was set free, because my greatest fear had been realized, and I was still alive, and I still had a daughter whom I adored, and I had an old typewriter and a big idea. And so rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life.” – J.K. Rowling – Author of the Harry Potter series

05. Matt Barrie (CEO of

 “Too many capable people limit their options because they think they don’t have enough experience or feel that they need to work their way up the corporate ladder by visiting every single rung on the way up. Too many people tell me that their dream is to leave their boring cog in the machine day job and start their own business, but they couldn’t possibly think of doing that because they’ve never had experience running one – well that’s a bit chicken and egg! Carpe diem! The time is now! Time and tide waits for no man. No one is going to hand you your future on a plate.” – Matt Barrie – CEO of

06. Jordan Belfort (Best Selling Author And Motivational Speaker)

 “In business you should always offer value first and then get the money afterwards. The mistake I made was that I focused so much on the creation of money without going out there and giving value first. Monetizing value is easy; it’s a matter of building that value first.” – Jordan Belfort – Best Selling Author And Motivational Speaker

07. Daymond John (Founder of FUBU Clothing and Shark Tank Investor)

 “Try to make all the mistakes with your own money and on a small level so that when you are responsible for a partner’s money or assets you’ve learned and you don’t make bigger mistakes. Try to go as far as you can without anybody else’s help first.” – Daymond John – Founder of FUBU Clothing and Shark Tank Investor

08. Arianna Huffington (Founder Of The Huffington Post)

 “My mother told me failure is not the opposite of success; it’s a stepping stone to success. You’re going to fail, probably many times. But that’s okay — in fact, it’s essential. Very often, the difference between success and failure is simply perseverance. If we become so dependent on things always being a success, then we’re in a very vulnerable position — because we’re not in control of how the world is going to receive something.” – Arianna Huffington – Founder Of The Huffington Post

09. Ben Huh (CEO And Founder of Cheezburger)

 “You need to put the fear of risk aside. Startups need leaders who are willing to persevere through the hard times. Failure is an option, and a real risk. Failure and risk are something entrepreneurs should understand well, and learn to manage. Don’t have a fear of talking about your failures. Don’t hide your mistakes.” – Ben Huh – CEO And Founder of Cheezburger

10. James Caan (BBC’s “Dragons Den” Investor)

 “Never stop asking yourself whether you can do things better. Keep testing every aspect of your business to the nth degree, and challenge every one of your assumptions. The tougher you are on yourself now, the tougher your business will be out there in the real world.” - James Caan - BBC’s “Dragons Den” Investor


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