Can we make entrepreneurial life to be much easier and better? Probably, yes, but it depends on us and our own mindset. I searched and watched different inspirational TED talks to find what are the best recommendations.
We talk much more in the previous post about entrepreneurial life, risk, work-life balance, and many other everyday issues that can be part of your life as an entrepreneur.
Many principles can help you manage the business and non-business life to achieve optimal working hours that can enable you and your family to have beautiful non-business life.
Here are some really inspirational TED Talks that can make your entrepreneurial life really much better.
1. Nigel Marsh: How to Make Work-Life Balance Work
Being an entrepreneur, work-life balance becomes too much important for you. According to Nigel Marsh, it doesn’t need to be left in the hands of your employer. In this TED talk, Marsh talks about an ideal day that will balance family time, business time, personal time, and productivity.
2. Arianna Huffington: How to Succeed? Get More Sleep
This is really short but talks with the right message. In this TED talk, Arianna Huffington talks about one important thing: the power of a good night’s sleep. The biggest benefit of enough sleep is increased productivity and happiness. In such a way, you can make smart decisions.
3. Noreena Hertz: How to Use Experts and When Not To
Great presentation of Noreena Hertz, talking about using experts for making everyday decisions. But, according to Hertz, relying too much on experts can be limiting and even dangerous. The power is in listening, but not only experts but everyone.
4. Lisa Gansky: The Future of Business Is the “Mesh”
Lisa Gansky here talks about the future of business. According to her, the future of business is about sharing everything, and it is a meshy future.
5. Jason Fried: Why Work Doesn’t Happen at Work
According to Jason Fried, the office is not a good place to do the work. In this talk, he gives three suggestions on how to make the workplace actually work.