The best entrepreneur channel on YouTube created by Entrepreneur Patrick Bet-David to provide value and entertainment. Valuetainment is now referred to as the best channel for entrepreneurs with weekly How To's, Motivation and interviews with celebrities.

About PBD:
During the Iranian Revolution of 1978, Patrick's family had to escape to survive and ended up living at a refugee camp in Erlangen, Germany. At 12 years old Patrick found himself collecting cans & beer bottles to raise money that could help his family and get him a Nintendo. These childhood experiences had a major impact on his perspective of freedom, hard work and entrepreneurship. Today, he is an active YouTube creator, author and CEO of PHP Agency, Inc. a financial services company with over 8,000 agents in 49 states and Puerto Rico.

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  • Sorry but those statistics are known to be false. Watch Death by China and you will know the background stuffs of how China rises. It's not something to be proud of.

  • After watching this video, I finally see the big picture. Patrick Bet-David is the next Warren Buffet and there is absolutely no doubt for that anymore. I am 1000% sure that Pat will make it to the 0.1% some day.

  • Lovely explanation, Pat; you have awakened my spirit and you have now risen me from the dead. Before I watched this video, I was eight feet under the ground; now, I've discovered my purpose. Thank you so much.

  • Hey pat, I am really looking forward to the Vault conference come May, and will most likely be in attendance. Unfortunately I feel that A large majority of the viewers of this channel may not be able to afford this price tag. Are you guys considering maybe running a live stream at an affordable cost to the fans who cannot afford it? Just some food for thought, Great video BTW!

  • 1.4 percent poor in China not even close there are A LOT OF POOR PEOPLE IN CHINA A LOT, leave first tier cities and it's third and fourth world conditions, what a lie

  • We are doing exactly the same things (that Pat explained) the last 30 years, but just BACKWARDS !! We were once the best economy on the Balcans, but leaded by corrupted politicians, we've become the poorest country in EU. We used to be called Japan on the Balcans (we were exporting the first calculators in the whole world), now we are called "gypsis" (very offending) but it's true, because most of the smart bulgarians emigrated long time ago, not able to handle the corrupted government. It's so sad for our beautiful country. But let's not complain, we are still on the map, so any ideas how to handle the worst corrupted government you can imagine ? We have a saying – "people don't have a country, the mafia has it's own country working for her".

  • WRONG.

    This is some politically correct bs piece.

    The only lessons you can learn from China is how to effectively COPY and STEAL IP. Those are the rules to China's success kids ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜ƒ

  • Hey Patrick. I am Chinese. I love your videos and I agree with your points. But I think there is one point you made may not be that accurate.

    – Education. I been through Chinese Education myself. It was horrible. A big amount of materials that we are learning may not be beneficial for later in life. But with the strict rules and expectations from parents, we have to "learn". In most high school, everyone has a desk in class with books stacks all over. We stay at that desk from 6 am in the morning to 10 pm at night. What we learned after that? Barely anything useful. Then people has decent grade go to university system. It became exactly opposite, it is really easy. After the uni gradation, the degree they got worth nothing. A lot of people realized that they wasted 4 years of their life and dont know what to do. However, there is a big group of people are entrepreneurs, most of the millionaires in China are self-made. Everyone knows that there are a lot of failure rate in starting a business. However, the base population is so big, there are a lot of people find a way to succeed in what they do and soon creating jobs and bring new technologies to the world.

  • Please, make a video on India. How it is growing in spite of having a lot of problems and challenges. How the world can learn from India.ย Will East Pole (India+China) be going to compete with West Pole (USA)? What are your thoughts?
    Things to learn from India –
    1. Jugaad
    2. Frugal living
    3. Our 'don't waste' approach
    4. kickass strategy games
    5. language-learning skills
    6. Adaptability
    7. deep philosophy and spirituality
    8. Event management
    9. Multiculturalism
    10. strength from the community
    11. Having a great time without any gadgets at all
    12. Vegetarian dishes that are actually really tasty!
    13. Diversity at the top
    14. Refugee policy
    15. Scientific innovation on a shoestring budget
    16. Respect for the elders
    17. Celebrating a bustling democracy in its enormity
    18. Yoga
    19. Charity
    20. Ancient India in world
    21. Unity in Diversity

  • Amazing video.

    Always appreciate your perspective. And you are a great student of surroundings, and thatโ€™s something that is key to your success. The ability to look around and search for answers.

  • China followed the Singapore system, also the American system. WIth federal state owned enterprise leadership initially before privatizing certain industries. That's how America started. Government help in the beginning. And it's productivity that gives value to the currency. Printing money doesn't cause inflation. It's the destruction of productivity that causes inflation.

  • Hi Pat, great videos. I love your interviews. I have been living in Shanghai for the last 7 years, and then before that lived in Xi'an for a year and a month. China is an interesting place, and they have a long history of valuing education. In ancient times it used to be the only way to get ahead (into a government position of some sort). The kids are constantly working due to the competitiveness of the society and their mass amount of people. I have heard of kids having gray hair in high school at the top high schools and for every school there is an important exam that has a big influence on your future opportunities. I personally think it's not a good way to spend one's childhood, and people in Chinese education are looking to find ways to encourage more free-thinking, creativity and productiveness in the students. Not a criticism of your video, just thought you may find it interesting. From a company workers perspective, great advice. As an employee at a large corporation, I really appreciate it when there are extra trainings that can help me get ahead and develop.

  • Hi Uncle Pat, Last time you asked on Social Media who you should interview next on Valuetainment and i think You should Interview Britains Vince Lombardi, Sir Alex Ferguson. A man who was Knighted for the way he Revolutionised the English Game. He is a GOAT and His Successor Ole Gunner Solskjaer is currently at the club that Made His Mentor so famous. He has a lot of Jewels to drop, and his philosophy is unrivalled in the football world today. I would love to hear you getting the Best out of Him. Thank You Uncle Pat. You're doing an Amazing Job. God Bless You

  • The 8th lesson you need to learn about China is that she is not Democratic. The decision- making process is faster and there is less debate and bickering about strategies.
    If you want to beat the USA, be less Democratic.

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