Entrepreneurship education has experienced rapid growth over the past two decades. During that time more than 1,000 business schools have begun to deliver some entrepreneurship courses to undergraduate and graduate students alike. Despite this proliferation of entrepreneurship education, little consensus has emerged on how best to teach this subject. Yet, there is one pedagogical element of entrepreneurship education: the entrepreneur guest speaker. Guest speakers provide students and faculty alike with a real world perspective on the lessons taught and learned in the classroom. This paper is centered on a new DVD series titled "The Startup Experience" and how it can be used to supplement entrepreneurship education. Each DVD is a one-hour, in-depth interview with a successful entrepreneur in a specific industry. Entrepreneurship educators can use these DVDs as virtual guest speakers. We will introduce participants to this new tool and how to use it effectively to advance entrepreneurship education.