Daymond's: was the best- gave small business owners a perspective and brought some of us back down to reality. Made you realize that, yes, you are a small business and you need to start somewhere(question I had for awhile: "where do I start?") and then things will grow from there.
Tim's: make you want to go big, gave you inspiration, and a different way to look at your business and lifestyle
Tina's: was good, made you want to hear what else she had to say. It was inspiring and gave you motivation.
Eric's: To be honest- I hated it.. no shit we're all entrepreneurs.. that's why we are all here. give us some material that will help us succeed with the business we just started, not a re-worded made up definition of what you think entrepreneurship is. I was kind of pissed that I waited all week for this useless video.
just my .02
As an introduction to who they are, and what areas they specialise in, I think they all accomplished their purpose. Daymond John will always be my fav regardless, but I like to think I learned from each person. I've learned heaps of "how to" and been so inspired from others participating in the contest. I learned the importance of concentrating efforts locally, so the community becomes the supporting backbone of your business. I've learnt that an idea regardless of how small if a need, can become something much more, that time is best managed wisely and that you do not have to fall into the movie stereotype of entrepreneurs to be one, you can still nuture an idea into possibility regardless of profession, time, or how people judge/perceive you to be. That because of what's going on in the marketplace on a global level, your dreams are possible...... All in all, not bad for introduction. :)