6 Must-See TED Talks for Entrepreneurs

Here at No1, we’ve done all the leg work for you. We’ve compiled this useful article for you, that shows you the top 6 must see video for entrepreneurs. Be sure to take a look as it may be helpful for those of you who need some inspiration.

1. Cameron Herold: Let’s raise kids to be entrepreneurs.

When it comes to Cameron Herold, he believes that the school system doesn’t quite cut it for children these days and that it leaves them susceptible to boredom and lack of performance with their work. He aims to reconstruct the school system to make it more beneficial, to encourage the idea of a more career based learning system for students. In this video he describes how these aims could be achieved.

2. Maya Penn: Meet a young entrepreneur, cartoonist, designer, activist.

In this video Maya Penn discusses how she is able to help her customers but without abandoning her artistic handicraft. Now and again you are so lucky enough to come across someone of an entrepreneurial status that is acutely in tune with the business world and that has abundantly large amount artistic talent and that is what perfectly describes Maya Penn. Throughout this video she shares what she has learnt over the years and her skills.

3. Nirmalya Kumar: India’s invisible innovation.

For this video Nirmalya Kumar discusses India’s potential of becoming the intermediate for innovation and showcases his idea’s about a “four set” of under looked innovations that currently prevail in India. All of his idea’s are based upon his own interpretation of a successful model of entrepreneurship.

4. Majora Carter: 3 stories of local eco-entrepreneurship.

In this Majora Carter discusses the necessary steps needed to take the environment into consideration and to endorse initiatives that help protect it. To showcase the importance of combining entrepreneurship and the environment she gives 3 thought provoking stories to illustrate her thoughts. She believes that conscientious entrepreneurs would ensure the environment is always considered in anything that they do.

5. Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action.

In this video, Simon Sinek discusses why certain businesses may be more successful that you. As an assertive character who takes creative approaches to solving problems, he suggest how to get your audience more on board with what you’ve got to offer. He suggest that rather that showcasing how you do it, consider firstly, why you do it? He illustrates his captivating point through what he describes it as “The Golden Circle”.

 

6. Didier Sornette: How we can predict the next financial crisis.

Didier Sornette believes that a financial crisis can be predicted. The last finacial crisis that hit the world was 10 years ago and Didier believes that maintaining and recognising macroeconomic trends is the answer for any entrepreneur that wants to be successful, by expanding  your focus on other trends, not just your business and looking at the economy as a whole.

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