One of the best ways to learn and improve your craft as an entrepreneur is to go out and listen to other successful entrepreneurs. This can be done in a myriad of ways, including podcasts, books, YouTube videos, and so much more. One surefire way to gain some new knowledge about being an entrepreneur and potentially even gain some inspiration for your business is to watch a TED Talk. Some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs have given incredible TED Talks meant to help young entrepreneurs find themselves and find success in their business endeavors. Let’s talk about a few of the best TED Talks for entrepreneurs.

Do What You Love (No Excuses!) – Gary Vaynerchuk

We’ve all had that feeling where all we want to do is leave the job we hate and figure out our dream career. According to Gary Vaynerchuk, if you want to care about the people you work with, you need to care about everything in life, and that starts with yourself. Gary says that one of the most important steps that people can take to improve their lives is to look in the mirror and ask themselves what they want to do for the rest of their lives and then do that thing.

How To Get Your Ideas To Spread – Seth Godin

In today’s startup world, there is a lot of emphasis placed on coming up with unique and innovative ideas. However, according to Godin, how we market that idea is far more important than the idea itself. He claims that the key to making an idea successful is to speak to the people who are actually paying attention to your idea. Godin believes this is the case because they already care, and they’re more likely to spread the good news to their friends and loved ones.

The Power Of Vulnerability – Brene Brown

It’s easy to put too much pressure on yourself to be the perfect professional when you’re the founder of your own business. We often believe that being a perfect professional is the only way that people will take us seriously, and how our company will grow. In Brown’s talk, she discusses how the real key is to being vulnerable, and not pretending to be an expert when you’re not. This is how we create genuine human connection, and it works not only with entrepreneurship but in all facets of life.

3 Stories Of Local Co-Entrepreneurship – Majora Carter

In this talk, Majora Carter talks about the environmental impact that local entrepreneurs have on the planet. Due to the emergence of green energy, the costs associated with burning fossil fuels have become more than what they used to be. She encourages responsible entrepreneurship by taking the environment into account and adopting various protective measures.