TED Talks are a wonderful way to learn about the world, and they have an unparalleled ability to inspire. This blog post is all about finding the best TedTalks for entrepreneurs. The 6 talks we’ve chosen can help you grow your business ideas or inspire you when you need them most.
1) “The Puzzle of Motivation” by Dan Pink
Dan Pink is a wonderful public speaker, and his TED Talk on motivation is no exception. Most people think that money motivates workers, but as Mr. Pink explains, this isn’t true at all. His TedTalk will teach you what really drives us to work harder: autonomy, mastery, and purpose.
2) “The Key to Success in Life” by Simon Sinek
Simon Sinek is a great public speaker, and his inspirational TedTalk on success can really change your thinking. He explains that the secret to success isn’t about what you do but why it matters at all. This talk will inspire entrepreneurs who are looking for ways to create more meaning in their work.
3) “How to Start a Movement” by Derek Sivers
Derek Sivers is an amazing TED speaker, and his talk on how to start a movement can be very inspiring. Mr. Siver’s message about the power of small steps will teach entrepreneurs that they don’t need large organizations or money behind them to make something great happen.
4) “How Changing My Mindset Changed My Life” by James Altucher
James Altucher is a great entrepreneur, and his talk on changing your mindset can be very motivating. Mr. Althuerc’s message about stopping worrying, setting goals, getting out of the rat race, and living life will inspire entrepreneurs worried about the future.
5) “Do Schools Kill Creativity?” by Sir Ken Robinson
Sir Ken is a wonderful TED speaker, and his talk on how schools kill creativity will be very inspiring for entrepreneurs. His message that we need to focus on arts education in school because it’s the key to innovation will really get you thinking about your own business ideas.
6) “The Power of Vulnerability” by Brené Brown
Brené Brown is a wonderful TED speaker, and her talk on the power of vulnerability can be very inspiring for entrepreneurs. Her message about how being vulnerable can help you connect with your friends, family, and co-workers will teach anyone who feels like they don’t fit in that we need everyone to succeed.