When seeking inspiration, it's common for many to turn to their carefully crafted Instagram feeds.

Those feeds might contain motivational photos and quotes from entrepreneurial icons like Mark Zuckerberg, Richard Branson, Tony Robbins, Arianna Huffington, or Daymond John.

But who does Mark Zuckerberg follow himself for daily encouragement? 

Using a new app called Being, which pulled from Instagram's API to render those (publicly-available) accounts onto your very own screen, Inc. parsed the top celebrities that some of the most successful entrepreneurs are following. Being, it's worth noting, is currently defunct, as founder Adam Mashaal claims he lost access to Instagram's API last week on Thursday.

Some of the accounts -- including "Texts From Your Ex," or high-end exotic watch companies -- might surprise you.

Here's who the most successful entrepreneurs are following on Instagram: 

Mark Cuban

The celebrity investor only follows 94 accounts on Instagram, including the humorous "Text From Your Ex," which publishes screen shots of iPhone messages from former paramours.

Other notable names were Mayor Mike Rawlings of Dallas, Texas, where Cuban lives and works, along with the Dallas Mavericks, the American professional basketball team that he owns.

Elon Musk

The famed Tesla and SpaceX founder follows his wife Talulah Riley, unsurprisingly, along with celebrities such as Nora Kirkpatrick, and the entrepreneur and musician D.A. Wallach.

Marc Andreessen

The prominent Silicon Valley venture capitalist -- and active Twitter user-- follows primarily high-end watch companies, including Worn and Wound and Exotic Watches U.S.A.

Tony Robbins

The motivational speaker and best-selling author follows several entrepreneurial icons including Arianna Huffington, Richard Branson, Gary Vaynerchuk, and Tim Ferriss. He also follows Gayle King, a co-anchor of CBS This Morning, and an editor-at-large at O, The Oprah Magazine, along with a couple of wild cards: Rapper Pitbull and actor Hugh Jackman, for example. 

Arianna Huffington

The best-selling author and co-founder of The Huffington Post follows an eclectic group, including: Queen Rania of Jordan, the novelist Paulo Coelho, and Sonam Kapoor, one of the highest-paid actresses in the Bollywood film industry.

She also follows entrepreneurs Jessica Alba, co-founder of the Honest Company, and Eva Chen, founder of Trend Micro, a security firm. 

Kevin O'Leary

The entrepreneur and Shark Tank investor follows his fellow Sharks Lori Greiner and Daymond John, along with photographer Mary McCartney, and the Canadian television anchor George Stroumboulopoulos, among others.

Daymond John

The Shark Tank investor and founder of FUBU, the clothing and hip-hop apparel company, follows entrepreneurial stars Richard Branson and Tim Ferriss.

He's also apparently a fan of the fashion label Balmain, and "sausage dog central," which publishes photos of daschunds.

Richard Branson

The Virgin Group founder ostensibly admires Adrien Gernier, the American actor, along with celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, Toms Shoes, and sports icons including Serena Williams and Mohamed "Mo" Fareh, all of whom he follows on Instagram. 

Gary Vaynerchuk

The entrepreneur, investor and internet personality has a well-diversified Instagram feed: He follows business executives such as Leslie Blodgett and Daymond John, along with hip hop artist DJ Khaled, and Jairek Robbins, Tony Robbins' son. He also follows the accounts "Elev8yourhustle" and Hodinki watches.

Mark Zuckerberg

The co-founder and CEO of Facebook follows musicians Rihanna, Beyoncé and Arianna Grande, along with U.S. President Barack Obama, actress Anna Kendrick, and Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, among others.

Kevin Systrom

The creator of Instagram follows entrepreneurs like Eva Chen, Tory Burch and Rebecca Minkoff, along with furniture designer Matthias Pleissnig, and the self-made professional Instagrammer Patrick Janelle.