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10 entrepreneurs to follow on Instagram for the best insider tips

10 entrepreneurs to follow on Instagram for the best insider tips

Alt Marketing Team
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At Alt Marketing School, we spend a lot of time on social media, but that comes with the job. In fact, we are truly mindful of the people we surround ourselves with in the online world. We share some of our favourite accounts for entrepreneurs on Instagram, both from the Alt Marketing School team and our alumni community.

We encourage our students to surround themselves with inspiring people as a great way to keep inspiration high, especially when life gets in the way. 

Dan Murray Serter

Dan is the founder of Heights (we had the pleasure to interview him for the podcast when we just started). He is vocal about topics such as mental health, spirituality and entrepreneurship. Dan is a very kind soul, passionate about normalising men-tan health about other things and embracing a kinder way to be an entrepreneur. 

He is also the host of ‘Secret Leaders’, which recently launched a mini-series, ‘How I Failed‘, which features candid interviews with industry figureheads about setbacks in their career, including the likes of Trinny Woodall. Listeners can glean hard-won advice and learnings as leaders dissect some of their lesser-known failures, often sharing how these early failures brought their businesses to where they are today.

Simon Alexander Ong

Through his content, Simon teaches you how to make the most out of every moment and achieve more than you ever thought possible. Everything he does is built to inspire people to see their world differently and ignite their imagination of what is genuinely possible to unleash their deepest potential. 

As an award-winning coach, author of Energize and international keynote speaker, he has been interviewed on Sky News, BBC and Forbes and has spoken at some of the planet’s most successful organisations.

Adrienne Herbert

 

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Adrienne is an international speaker and leading wellness professional. She shares her passion and her expertise on her blog and social channels. As a voice of inspiration, encouragement and motivation, she wrote her first book, the Power Hour. Adrienne runs a successful weekly podcast, the Power Hour, which features a variety of guests, such as Fearne Cotton, Ella Mills, Chris Smalling & Fleur East.

If you are looking for a combination of powerful mindset truth bombs and fitness inspiration, look no further.

Jaclyn Johnson

 

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Jaclyn Johnson is the founder and CEO of Create & Cultivate, an online platform and offline conference business. A successful entrepreneur with 2 eight figure exits, an angel investor, best-selling author and host of a top business podcast, Jaclyn is redefining the meaning of work for a new generation of women.

Her content speaks massively to me and is a massive inspiration for any woman looking to walk her own path.

Puno

 

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Founder of ilovecreatives, Puno is funny, engaging and honest with her content and journey. Her passion lies in supporting creatives with digital skills by encouraging them to showcase their whole personality. She best represents a new wave of digital entrepreneurs and loves connecting people on the interwebs.

Steven Bartlett

 

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Steven Barlett is the 28-year-old founder of the social media marketing agency Social Chain. From a bedroom in Manchester, this university drop-out built what would become one of the world’s most influential social media companies when he was just 21 years old.

His latest book, Happy Sexy Millionaire, has brought his message of redefining entrepreneurship to the masses. Expect loads of shareable quotes and Twitter graphics (that look so hip these days).

Nicole Cardoza

 

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Nicole is a social entrepreneur, investor, and public speaker on a mission to make wellness accessible to everyone. She’s the CEO of Reclamation Ventures, a fund that invests in high-potential, underestimated entrepreneurs making wellbeing more accessible.

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She’s also the founder of Yoga Foster, a national nonprofit that empowers educators with yoga and mindfulness in the classroom.⁠

Jay Shetty

 

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Meet the British-born, former monk and award-winning digital strategist turned captivating host, storyteller, and viral content creator. Since launching his video channel in 2016, Jay’s viral wisdom videos have garnered over 4 billion views and gained over 25 million followers globally. You’ll love his account if you are a fan of inspirational video content. 

Vanessa Van Edwards

 

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YouTuber and speaker (as well as recovering award person) Vanessa Van Edwards, studies what makes people tick. As a human behaviour investigator, she explores the hidden forces that drive our behaviour patterns through her content. If you are a severe behaviour-geek, you’ll definitely love his one.

Rachel Rodgers

 

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Rodgers started her career working for state and federal judges, nonprofits, and even Hillary Clinton. Today she’s the owner of a multi-million dollar business, mother of four, and visionary featured in publications like Time, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, and The Washington Post. 

From her business journey to relatable quotes, her Instagram page is an excellent reminder of the ups and downs of being your own boss.

Bonus: Fab Giovanetti 


Suppose you are looking for a no-nonsense account with personal business tips, complete with wins and failures, through productivity strategies and carefully pondered reflection. In that case, you may want to give Fab a follow. If you want to crack a laugh or two, you’ll appreciate her highly-relatable Reels.