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Top 5 Influencer every IT entrepreneur must follow

Are you an IT entrepreneur or professional like me who cares to do something of his/her own and also works for other businesses? Irrespective of your business size or professional goals, you need a mentor too. In fact everyone need a mentor.

Finding a mentor is not easy task, but internet open floods of opportunities to find one. Here are Top 5 Influencer every entrepreneur, business manager, CEO and professional must follow to draw inspirations:

#1. Sir Richard Branson: Sir Richard Charles Nicholas Branson is the founder of Virgin Group. He is available on many places. His writings serves as great mentor to me. I follow him via Entrepreneur.com. He write regularly, business advice, his mistakes and influential articles at this place.


#2. Leo Notenboom: Are you an IT Entrepreneur? Or a professional who works a lot on computers and smartphones? Leo is great guy to follow. Irrespective of which side of business you belong to, the writings of Leo surely will teach you how to speak effectively on Internet. Also, you will get, lessons about computer  (specially if you use Windows OS), software and security. Leo is a must read for new age entrepreneurs and professionals. You can follow him via LeoNotenboom.com

#3. Rania Al Abdullah: The Queen of Jordon inspires to do something much much stronger to society. I follow Her Majesty via Twitter for quick read. Her work while on one hand benefits to Arab World in particular, influences everyone to do something different and live life for the people around. Hats Off!!!

# 4. Matt Cutts: He leads the Web Spam team at Google. Read his blog www.mattcutts.com. It will truly change the way you work. Many Search Engine Marketer follow him to get latest updates via Google Plus or Twitter. I love reading and listening to him. Matt truly knows how binary works for real people. His writing inspire me to make internet for people and not people for internet.

#5. Lolly Daskal: I often confuse with her as Lolly Daksal (No Offence). Definitely, I will blame my cerebrum / cerebellum that makes this silly mistake. Lolly is great speaker. Her Website says I specialize in leadership development, organizational leadership consulting and engagement and culture change.  I follow her via Twitter.

A real mentor inspires you to learn new things, make mistakes, work smarter and benefit society. I find my mentor in these 5, hope you too. Share a mentor via comment box who influences you most.
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