"Adam Ruins Everything" is an awesome series of videos where the host, "Adam", debunks common misconceptions that circulate in culture around the world (but especially in the US). The videos are short, funny, and packed with not only lots of information, but also jokes, idioms, and colloquialisms! It's a great series to learn how to converse with and understand English speakers!
A large media company specializing in business and markets news, data, and analysis with 2,700 reporters and analysts and over 17 million monthly digital viewers worldwide. This is a great source of content for people looking to improve their finance and business vocabulary. They also stream news content live 24/7 online, and on TV.
"Cheddar is a new video news network focused on covering the most innovative products, technologies, and services transforming our lives."
Dan Lok was born in Hong Kong as an only child. He didn't learn to speak English until he moved to Vancouver at the age of 14. Today, he's a multi-millionaire businessman and mentor for many up-and-coming entrepreneurs. Love him or hate him, he's someone you can learn a lot from (especially when it comes to learning English). You'll note that Dan has a pretty strong accent. He kept it on purpose, as he claims it help his "brand". He's living proof that you can become successful without speaking like a native. None of this is to say that Dan's English is at a low level... he's EXCEPTIONALLY good at English, he just has an accent 😉.
A real entrepreneur, born in the former Soviet Union, now a multi-millionaire and owner of multiple multi-million dollar revenue businesses. Gary has a big background in social media and is probably one of the most motivational people in the world. But as he loves to remind everyone: motivation is worthless if you don't act on it.
Another one of my favorite YouTubers of all time... Graham Stephan is a down-to-earth guy that understands how money works. He posts lots of high-density videos on personal finance, real estate and economics that are easy to relate to. He has a lot of good advice for people looking to build their wealth.
Kevin Paffrath is a millionaire family man with a lot of good advice on on making money in real estate. I really like him because he speaks from experience and is very open about everything he does. Big time Jacob-Approved 👍. Note: he shamelessly plugs his paid online courses for real estate, property management, and personal finance... but don't let that bother you. He is one of the few people I would actually purchase a course from if I was in the market, and despite having paid courses, he doesn't hold out on you in his free videos.
Ryan Serhant and his team are some of the best real estate brokers in the US, and possibly in the world. They consistently rank as NYC’s #1 real estate agents by dollar volume of deals. I personally love this man. His mindset and work ethic is worthy of admiration.
"TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less)."
TEDx is basically the same as TED, but the speakers and events are organized independently from the TED "mother organization".
TechLinked is a YouTube channel that usually posts about 3 videos a week with breaking news in the computer, gaming and information technology world. It was started by one of my all-time favorite YouTubers, Linus Sebastian... a technology geek who is sometimes ridiculed for having an annoying voice... but the better you get to know him, the more you come to like him. Although he had humble beginnings posting informational videos for a computer parts company... he now runs a small media company with dozens of employees that all together post hours of great content on a weekly basis. Highly recommended for tech geeks!
"Vox is a liberal-leaning American news and opinion website owned by Vox Media." As they mention themselves, Vox is a liberal-leaning news company. Their non-political videos/articles are often quite unbiased, however.
"Vsauce" is a science-themed YouTube channel started and hosted by Michael Stevens. Michael is an awesome science communicator. I loved watching his videos when I was growing up and still do to this day. He finds a way to make just about any dull thing interesting and his passion for science shines through in all his videos. Some people might call him "quirky" and "weird", and they may be right, but the important thing is that he makes people interested in science where they may otherwise think it's boring or pointless.