An entrepreneur can be anyone — any age, sex or race. An entrepreneurial person finds a need and tries to fill it.

There are several kinds of entrepreneurs. The very famous entrepreneurs like Bill Hewlett, Dave Packard, and Steve Jobs made their fame and fortune developing new high-tech products. Other entrepreneurs could be someone who sells hot dogs, builds houses, or has a baby sitting service.

Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at Stanford University and author of "Mindset" discusses the fixed and growth mindset.

Dr. KR Sridhar, co-founder of Bloom Energy, talks about bringing Bloom Energy to Silicon Valley from his garage in Tucson, Arizona.

The story of Frederick Terman and how he became interested in electrical engineering.  Frederick Terman is widely credited with being the "Father of Silicon Valley."

Kevin Surace, founder of Serious Energy, discusses disruptive innovation (innovation that disrupts an existing market) and how Steve Jobs was the epitome of this phenomenon.

Steve Kirsch, inventor of the optical mouse, talks about what led him to his invention and the founding of a Silicon Valley company.

This video clip is about Atari and the birth of the video game - interspersed with interview clips of Nolan Bushnell and Steve Jobs.

Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple Computer, talks about failure.

Ravi Rishy-Maharaj, founder and CEO of GigSky, talks about joining Apple Computer in 1995.