Start a new business Exciting.
This is also very challenging.
There are many factors at play. Moreover, any of them can support or oppose you.
Generate a successful idea, Write a business plan, Get financing, analyze the market, choose a business model, and define your startup logo These are some of the basic elements for the success of any startup.
However, although it is impossible to foresee every possible challenge, but you were able Get a comprehensive entrepreneurial education, which will provide your new startup company with the best chance of success.
Moreover, we have completed the errands for you. Below you will find the results of our in-depth study of TED archives-13 TED talks will prepare (and inspire) you for the challenges of the future.
Here are 13 TED talks that entrepreneurs should not miss:
Things you should know about starting a business
The TED talks in the first part deal with the practical, philosophical, and strategic aspects of starting a new business or startup.
If you want, “business of business”. So, without further ado, let’s get started.
1. How great leaders inspire action-Simon Snake
There is a simple guiding principle that can help you define your brand, guide marketing, win loyal customers and make you a stronger leader.
Author and leadership expert Simon Sinek explained this simple guiding principle in his TED talk “How Great Leaders Inspire Action”.
Sinek’s Talk has been viewed more than 54 million times-for good reason. Sinek’s golden circle should lay the foundation for your startup.
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2. The secret of how to think like an entrepreneur – Amy Wilkinson
Amy Wilkinson knows entrepreneurship.
She interviewed 200 entrepreneurs. The lessons Amy shared in this TED talk came from entrepreneurial heavyweights-founders of Paypal, Youtube, Facebook, inventors of anti-cancer drugs, and so on.
In Amy’s speech, she discussed specific, actionable skills that can help everyone think like a successful entrepreneur.
Amy will introduce you to the “OODA cycle”, reveal why it is valuable to bring in outsiders to increase the diversity of the team’s perspective (spoiler alert: this may not be the reason you expect), share what it means to fail wisely, and explain The importance of “gift small commodities”.
3. How to spread your ideas-Seth Godin
If no one knows, it doesn’t matter how good your product or service is.
One of the cruelest facts about starting a startup is that if marketing is not done properly, the best ideas can fail.
Author, entrepreneur and marketing expert Seth Godin has made it his life goal to understand and overcome this challenge.
In this TED talk, Godin explained how to make sure your audience understands your thoughts.
4. The biggest reason for the success of startups-Bill Gross
Bill Gross is both a serial entrepreneur and a student of entrepreneurial science.
He is the founder of IdeaLab-an entrepreneurial incubator that has helped found more than 100 companies in 20 years. Moreover, after witnessing the failure of many of these companies, he began to understand why.
Why does a company with such a huge potential fail to meet the common expectations of its founders, employees and investors?
Therefore, Gross investigated what factors contributed to the success or failure of these companies. Moreover, his research led him to discover one of the most influential reasons for the success of startups. The reason may surprise you.
5. Selection, happiness and pasta sauce-Malcolm Gladwell
Malcolm Gladwell, the famous author of The New York Times best sellers “Tipping Point,” “The Blink,” and “Alien”, provided a very unique and powerful TED talk that no entrepreneur should miss.
In business and life, we are often told to find correct answer.
However, the research shared by Gladwell weakened this concept. There is rarely a clear answer.
Instead, Gladwell’s insights reveal the importance of learning the diversity of correct answers—and build your business around them.
From choosing your startup’s niche market to planning your specific product, this TED talk has the potential to affect every layer of your business.
6. How to run a company with (almost) no rules-Ricardo Semler
Ricardo Semler also runs a successful conglomerate while also creating what he calls an “empty bucket list.”
The unique work/life balance he enjoys inspired him to rethink his business structure.
This revolutionary TED talk discussed how Semler removes traditional corporate barriers and redefines the work life of employees. This in turn gave them the freedom to lead a more fulfilling life.
Start-ups can not only define their products, services, mission statements, and brands, but they can also define the type of company they want to be.
Ricardo Semler shared a blueprint for how your startup can be people-oriented and successful.
7. Don’t fail fast-fail carefully-Leticia Gasca
Traditional business wisdom tells us to fail fast so that we can be busy learning from our mistakes.
Moreover, most entrepreneurs start their business with the expectation that they can overcome difficulties and achieve success.
However, reality is often somewhere in between.
Failure is not a substitute for success. This is a frequent pitstop on the road to success.
Moreover, how you deal with failure is more important than whether you fail.
Leticia Gasca’s speech “Don’t fail fast-fail cautiously” debunked the mystery of failure and provided entrepreneurs with a new and more useful framework to view failure.
8. How to sell to venture capital – David S. Rose
David S. Rose is called the “court coach”.
As an entrepreneur, he raised millions of dollars for his business. Moreover, as an investor, he has provided funds to millions of other companies. This experience makes him very suitable for coaching others on how to market to investors.
Pitching to venture capitalists is a process that many entrepreneurs must face, and it is the most terrifying. However, this is crucial. Raising the necessary funds to start a business is an obstacle that prevents many startups from getting started.
Therefore, please listen and learn how to determine the most critical element of your startup tone- you.
9. The fastest startup ever (probably) — James Alexander
In this action-oriented TEDx talk, James Alexander launched a startup in just 10 minutes.
Philosophy and strategy are good. However, sometimes, what you need is to see where the rubber is in contact with the road. Alexander’s speech was rich, inspiring and easy to understand.
Therefore, if you are looking for a detailed step-by-step guide, check out this practical, macro entrepreneurial roadmap.
Starting and running a startup requires a lot of work on the business itself.
However, many entrepreneurs have overlooked the fact that it also requires a lot of Internal jobs.
You are the most important asset or obstacle for a startup.
Also, watching what you bring can be uncomfortable. However, if you want to succeed, this is essential.
Here are some top TED talks that can help you become the best entrepreneur.
10. How to make stress your friend-Kelly McGonigal
Kelly McGonigal is a health psychologist. Moreover, she has prepared some important information for you.
Because, as an entrepreneur, you will face the pressure.
Moreover, how you deal with this stress will determine whether it will irritate your butt (causing poor health or premature death) or fuel your life.
Kelly’s speech was a scientific test of how stress—and more importantly, our perception of stress—affects your health. Moreover, she shared some important information about what you can do.
11. How to motivate yourself to change behavior -Talisalo
Tali Sharot knows your brain better than you. She is a neuroscientist.
Moreover, if you really want to succeed in your business, you need to control a very cunning enemy-your behavior.
Whether you are fighting procrastination, perfectionism, task hoarding, or any other habits that hinder productivity, one day you need to change your behavior to promote business growth.
Sharot provides physical insight into your mind, what its motivation is, and how to initiate lasting change.
12. The power of loopholes
In her own words, Brené Brown is a researcher/storyteller. She is also a writer, professor and expert on shame, vulnerability, connection and leadership.
Brown’s pioneering work on shame, vulnerability, and relationships began with six years of research and thousands of data points. She shared the highlights of her conclusions in this very popular (at the time of writing, over 52 million views) TED talk “The Power of Fragility”.
Although entrepreneurship is often considered a separate endeavor, it requires vulnerability and connection.
Moreover, the truth is that you cannot create a startup in a vacuum.
You must establish contact with customers, customers, investors and suppliers. Creativity, innovation and growth all depend on vulnerability. And, without authenticity and connection, you cannot motivate and lead employees.
Brené Brown’s insight will prepare you to really do business, try boldly, connect and grow.
13. About everything you do, ask yourself 3 questions-Stacey Abrams
Success is rarely simple or easy.
Moreover, most things worth doing (such as starting your own business) will encounter setbacks.
Stacey Abrams knows a thing or two about success and setbacks.
In this TED talk, she shared three crucial questions. Questions—when answered thoroughly and honestly—will give you the ability to plan, try, reorganize, and try again.