5 TED talks that should not be missed by entrepreneurs.

I think all of us have must see at least one Ted Talk in our lives, isn’t it? If you have seen one, you know how powerful they are, and how much they can influence a person.

There is a Ted Talk for every person out there; children, parents, professionals. These talks are instant mentorship programs. They offer so much value to the listener.

All you have to do is find your purpose and listen to it. Invest your time and energy to reap benefits of these powerful talks. So, for every entrepreneur out there; don’t miss out these 5 Ted talks to become better at what you do!

🔸 How great leaders inspire action by Simon Sinek
In his talk, Simon Sinek talks about how if you want to motivate people and inspire action, your focus and actions need to revolve around the “why”.

Why” is your motivation that will inspire your “how” and “what”- products, services etc. This power packed talk is for every entrepreneur out there who is yet to find his calling.

🔸 Go with your gut feeling by Magnus Walker
Walker shares his experience following his gut feeling and how it led him to create three wildly successful businesses and turn all of his dreams into a reality, even after leaving school at the age of 15.

Isn’t that amazing? Finding your passion and working towards it creates wonderful results- just like Magnus.

🔸 How we can predict the next financial crisis by Didier Sornette
As an entrepreneur, it is very important to keep an eye on trends that can affect your business. Sornette’s talk gives entrepreneurs a perspective on the economy as a whole and awareness of macroeconomic trends as a key for any entrepreneur. A must- listen TED talk.

🔸 India’s invisible innovation by Nirmalya Kumar
We often overlook the inspiring and universal nature of entrepreneurship and innovation. In this talk, Kumar discusses the potential of India as a center for innovation and presents his ideas about a “four set” invisible innovation that exists in India.

If you are an entrepreneur from India, do not miss this.

🔸 4 lessons in creativity by Julie Burstein
Julie Burstein takes the audience through 4 aspects of life they must embrace to flourish their creativity. This talk is a must-watch for anyone who’s ever had any low moments in their business to learn how to transform those challenging moments into creative inspiration.

We are living in the digital age where we get to experience other’s opinion, ideas and accomplishment from some of the brightest individuals. This is just the tip of the ice berg. If you are just starting, or going through a rough patch, these TED Talks will certainly influence you and your business,




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