The internet as a whole as really changed the way we learn and it has been a resource. In the past people have to scroll through long pages of books in search of knowledge; but these days reverse the case as there are pictures, videos, and host of exciting graphics online that can keep our attention focus and give good knowledge. Also, if you are new to TED talks, it can be overwhelming to choose from the millions of series – so how do you start from the best one? We have decided to highlight some of the best TED talks we believe will help you become a better entrepreneur; read on:
1. Dan Ariely: Are we in Control of our own Decisions?
This is a talk by Dan Ariely and this series he explains how humans are built to make a mistake once in a while, no matter how we try to be perfect. Do you wonder why you end up buying bigger TV than you need or why you withdraw more than enough cash from the ATMachine? Our thought is easy to predict and manipulate, and you will begin to make better decisions when you found out how your decisions are nearly inevitable. This information is beneficial for everyone especially entrepreneurs – because noticing bad decisions before they happen can have a significant impact on your road to success.
2. Alan Siegel: Let’s Simplify Legal Jargon!
Legal decision has sent back many entrepreneurs back to their starting point, and this is why it is essential that you understand the legal system and be comfortable accessing it. The only way for you to achieve this is to break down the entry barrier: the jargon firstly. Many legal terms scare people, (which should not be), yet in reality shouldn’t be intimidating. Alan Siegel’s TED talk is a start.
3. Richard St. John: 8 Secrets of Success
You must have for once ask yourself if successful have two heads or they have a secret – well the simple answer is NO (in most cases). Richard St. John shares information on about 500 extraordinarily successful people in this talk. He questions on how they become successful and their responses eight traits that all of them had.
4. Seth Godin: How to Get Your Ideas to Spread
According to Seth Godin “being “good” at what you do is likely the worst path to success.” “It’s the bold, the bizarre and the downright crazy ideas that flourish into something remarkable.” He also continues that its not the idea that is vital as you can get your idea to spread.
5. Simon Sinek: How Great Leaders Inspire Action
Simon explains in this talk how great leaders lead by action and inspire cooperation, trust, and change among the ones around them. He said, “once you’ve inspired those around you, that is when you’ll start to see real success.”
The bottom line is that Ted talks are a great way to stay up to date on current issues that many of today’s businessmen and entrepreneurs face.