Entrepreneurial knowledge is important for your business success. It would be best if you worked continuously on increasing your knowledge. In this post, I propose several TED talks like video presentations from TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) from where you can extract really useful elements to increase your entrepreneurial knowledge.
I propose to you to watch them all. Take a piece of paper, or your tablet and pen, and start taking notes as you watch the talks. You will get many important insights that will help you in growing your small business.
1. Simon Sinek: How Great Leaders Inspire Action
In this presentation, Simon Sinek talks about how big leaders, regardless of the company from where they come, act and communicate in the same way. This is important to know because your actions and the way of communication with customers, suppliers, and other partners will define the path of your company.
2. Malcolm Gladwell on spaghetti sauce
In this presentation through the spaghetti sauce Malcolm Gladwell (The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference author) gives us several arguments about the nature of choice and happiness.
3. Seth Godin on the tribes we lead
In this presentation, Seth Godin, an entrepreneur, blogger, and author of many bestsellers, talks about the impact of the internet on traditional marketing. As you already know, today, no company can succeed without using the internet marketing strategy and the new technology available.
4. Dan Cobley: What physics taught me about marketing
Dan Cobley, marketing director at Google, presents us with a connection between physics and marketing to explain the fundamental theories of branding. Great talk related to branding, an important topic for your small business.
5. Stanley McChrystal: Listen, learn … then lead
Stanley McChrystal’s many decades of experience in the army translate into excellent lessons about leadership.