TED Talks have set a precedence for speech delivery worldwide. The talks make us think, laugh and appreciate the world around us. We know you're a busy entrepreneur and we've gone through TED's almost 2000 video catalog an brought you the best videos.
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1. Seth Godin - How To Get Your Ideas To Spread
Seth Godin explains why we grant our attention to things that are out of the norm, bad or just plain exciting and why they spread faster. He uses Silk, Jeff Koons, Frank Gehry and a record label he started as case studies.
Seth Godin is a marketing expert and the best selling author of Purple Cow and Uneashing the Idea Virus.
2. Simon SInek - How Great Leaders Inspire Action
Leadership expert Simon Sinek has a simple model for Inspirational Leadership. He wants us to ask the question "Why?". Simon takes cues from Apple, Martin Luther King and the Wright Brothers.
He calls his model "The Golden Circle".
3. Steven Johnson: Where Good Ideas Come From
Steven Johnson takes us through time and history to the great ideas that have changed life forever. He starts from the coffee house and asks what ideas lead to unusual levels of innovation and creativity. Today's coffee houses are the hubs and co-working spaces(like Capital Square).
4. Richard St. John: The 8 Secrets Of Success
Richard St. John in this 3 minute video quickly takes us through the 8 steps required to be successful. From Focus to Success.
5. Nigel Marsh: How to make work-life balance work
After spending years climbing the corporate ladder, Nigel Marsh realised he didn't have time from family and took a year off work. In this video, he discusses why it's important to set boundaries in our life.
6. Tony Robbins: Why we do what we do
Life coach Tony Robbins discusses the invisible impulses that make us do what we do. He says understanding human needs has helped him fix people's lives and lead them back to their course.
What's the difference between people that have all the resources allocated to them and those who do not? Does the past equals the future?
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