3 Inspiring TED Talks to Watch, along with some Great Tips for Entrepreneurs
For all the entrepreneurs out there hustling to make their dream come true, here is some good brain food for the day. It may not be all that easy to continue working to make things happen, so if you need some inspiration check out these TED talks about how precious your life is and what it takes to create a movement or build something out of nothing. These videos will give you that boost of inspiration we all need, in less than 15 minutes.
1. 3 things I learned while my plane crashed by Ric Elias (5.02 min)
Ric Elias and his experience in a plane crash taught him about life and its purpose. What went through his mind as the doomed plane went down? With his new perspective on life, he emphasizes the importance of life and seizing all moments. Don’t postpone anything. Eliminate negative energy. And here’s the tips for entrepreneurs – live it up fully, and never waste a moment.
2. How to start a movement by Derek Sivers (3.09 min)
Derek Sivers talks about what it takes to form a team, a community, and create a movement. Your first follower can transform a lone nut into a leader. Remember to nurture those first followers as equal. His talk re-considers what it means to lead. The tips for entrepreneurs? Leaders take the first step, that is often difficult, and the tipping point happens because of the followers.
3. How I harnessed the wind by William Kamkwamba (5.55 min)
William Kamkwamba demonstrates the power of knowledge, building something from nothing, and making a difference in people’s lives with one person’s will. The tips for entrepreneurs – knowledge combined with will power is all you need. All the resources are within you.