We believe in a better world through innovation so we supercharge entrepreneurs with free resources & powerful tools to make it a reality.
We believe young people, minorities, women, and everyone should have the right resources to be successful entrepreneurs. To solve this, we put together a powerful monthly newsletter, a digital magazine, and meet-ups in various cities.
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We send our best content through our newsletter. It's packed with events, fascinating articles, book reviews, and powerful tools & hacks to empower you as an entrepreneur.
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Young And CEO Facebook Group
We have an exclusive Facebook group with hundreds of entrepreneurs to collaborate and share ideas. Having access to other like minded individuals is a key to success. Each one of our members is of a high caliber and represents the innovation we want to drive. Click to send a request to join and we will review your request.
Conquer the World with one Page
Every entrepreneur should have a beautiful website.
Strikingly website builder via Young And CEO
As an entrepreneur, it's important to showcase your work the right way. Strikingly is the best website builder to create a well designed, mobile-optimized website for business or personal use. It's 'Quick, simple and stylish'. We partnered with Strikingly to bring you a free account. Check it out for yourself. It's the only service we recommend for entrepreneurs.
Power Read of the Month
You and Every Entrepreneur Should Read 'Think Like A Freak'
Although the title was a bit strange and the color of the cover was incredibly bright, I picked up a copy of Think Like a Freak by Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner. Why? I had come across a glowing review by a friend and she seemed to love the concepts. To my surprise, I really enjoyed this orange colored book. I found strategies that challenged the way I conventionally approached and solved problems. Here are some of the key lessons I learned... Read More »
The Kairos Society
A Global Stage for the Next Generation of World Changing Ventures
Be recognized as one of the 50 most disruptive student entrepreneurs in the world and accelerate your path to market! Showcase your revolutionary venture on a global stage.
We highly recommend checking out the Freakonomics Radio podcast. We listen to it every week on Thursdays and have learned some interesting things about how the world works. Dubner brings in various experts to discuss a variety of topics in a very engaging and entertaining format. We usually download them to our iPhones and listen while on the go or at the gym. Beef up that knowledge.
How You Can Defeat Giants & Triumph
Summary of Malcolm Gladwell’s “David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants” for Entrepreneurs
The story of David and Goliath is pretty well known all over the world. If you haven’t heard it, it’s a biblical story about a small shepherd boy named David who defeats a giant warrior named Goliath in battle with a sling and a stone. It’s shared among all sorts of people (religious or not) because it’s the story of how an underdog defeats (against all odds) the obvious champion. It’s valuable to analyze this as entrepreneurs because it teaches us a lot about assumptions and the hidden strengths we might already have. Read More »
How to Start a Startup
Stanford Class: Fall 2014
Led by Sam Altman of Y Combinator
CS183B is a class being taught by the president of Y Combinator at Stanford. It is an epic class that goes over everything Y Combinator knows about how to launch a startup from some of the greatest world experts. We wanted to create a one-stop hub for all of the info you might need (videos of the lectures, reading materials, and assignments) because we want everyone to participate and have access to this powerful information. Check it Out »
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