This holiday season, we know your favorite entrepreneur is probably too busy brainstorming their next genius idea to send you their holiday wish list. That’s why we reached out to some of our savviest friends – like Tim Ferriss, James Altucher, and Lisa Sugar – to find you the latest and greatest gift ideas. Even if you’re shopping for someone in a field you don’t understand, we’ve got you covered with a collection of gifts for the busy and brilliant people in your life. Our 2017 gift guide features gift picks from renowned innovators and hackers, including Larry Kim, Ryan Hoover and Wayne Sutton. Check it out for 29 additional gift ideas! Gadgets — 1. Amazon Echo The smartest speaker ever Discover the perfect gift for a real-life Tony Stark.
This magic little speaker features Alexa Amazon’s brilliant new virtual assistant. Ask her to tell you the latest news, play the hottest music, order your pizza or call an Uber. If you’re busy, Alexa can take care of things for you. at amazon2. Amazon Kindle The gold standard background remove service of e-readers The internet can only offer so much inspiration, but books are endless brain fuel for your ideas person. The perfect gift idea: “Preload a Kindle with books,” says James Altucher, a hedge-fund manager, author and founder of more than 20 companies. (PS: we recommend his book, Choose Yourself) Recommended by: James Altucher Bio: Hedge fund manager, entrepreneur, bestselling author, and podcaster.
James has founded or cofounded more than 20 companies and published eleven books including the bestseller Choose Yourself. 3. Snap Spectacles Sunglasses for the Snapchat addict Get ready for the ultimate in hands-free video (oh, and hide those up-all-night, sleepy eyes at the same time). Michelle Lam, co-founder of True&Co, swears by these Snap Spectacles “Entrepreneurs love the future,” she says. “They can dream up their own exit inside their own virtual world. at spectacles Recommended by: Michelle Lam Bio: Co-Founder and CEO at True&Co. Michelle was recently named one of Fast Company’s Most Creative People and awarded San Francisco Top 40 Under 40 Virtual keyboard Type here, there, or anywhere Situation: You’ve got your phone. You’re at the park. You’ve got a report due. Get ready for some thumb cramps.