In Good Company: 100 Best Business Blogs

We were thrilled to recently be named one of the 100 Best Business Blogs on Starting Up according to Intuit. We were also humbled to be in the company of so many incredible content producers, all helping the entrepreneur find their way and be their best selves. To that end, we wanted to give a shout out to a few of our favorites (but really we do love them all) for doing what they do, and for helping creatives and entrepreneurs find their path and live their passions in hobby and in life.

1. I Will Teach You To Be Rich

With a blog giving 98% of its incredibly rich (pun-intended) content away for free, this blog by bestselling author and  entrepreneur Ramit Sethi, is a can’t miss. With a combination of tactical planning for financial wealth as well as psychological richness, he attempts to arm his readers to live a truly full life. He also has valuable tools like travel hacks, sure to give even those on a restricted budget the tools to enjoy life to its fullest.

2. Science of People

Its no secret that we here at CreativeLive are huge fans of Vanessa Van Edwards. She aims to help individuals live their best lives in work, love, relationships and life — both in and out of work. No matter how you’re trying to improve your daily life and the way you approach it, Vanessa is there to help.

3. Foundr Blog

Foundr is the go-to digital resource for the growing ranks of craft, self-made entrepreneurs – at every level of experience.

Our parents punch in and punch out days are done, and the global market has opened up ways past generations could never have dreamed of. Foundr aims to help the average Joe’s take over the boardroom. Ideas are the future, and the beauty of now is that no matter how crazy your ideas are – there is a place for them, and Foundr is here to help you achieve those dreams.

4. Marie Forleo’s Business Blog

A student of human nature, Marie Forleo lives her life curious about the potential of human beings. In her blog she explores the individual opportunity and attempts to provide individuals with ways to thrive and live their best lives.

5. Tim Ferriss

Author, podcaster, 4-hour work-week crusher – Tim Ferriss can (and does) do it all. We here at CreativeLive have been fortunate enough to have him teach his 4-hour life course and as a friend of our founder and CEO, Chase Jarvis, we have also had him stop by to drop wisdom on us from time to time as well. Tim has a deep and obvious passion for technology, and much of his work and blog is dedicated to discussing how people can use technology to improve their productivity in their businesses.

The whole list published by Intuit is fantastic, and while we’ve only highlighted a few, we highly encourage you to explore the vast array of incredible content by creators for creators.

Mat Stark