3 Inspiring TED Talks That Will Help You Study Better

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3 Inspiring TED Talks That Will Help You Study Better

An overview of what you will learn in this post:

- You'll (hopefully!) take advantage of our research of sourcing the best TED Talks that we feel are applicable within a business management perspective. These talks contain invaluable advice that we feel will help you with your studies! 
- We all need help to get us motivated and achieve our goals - and it's hoped that these videos will also give you the nudge to get stuck into your studies!

We sell training; but not just 'any normal training' but rather we train 'skills' that are in demand and that will categorically help your career. The last statement sounds great - but in reality we can all admit that whilst having the best intentions we often fail to live up to our goals, or in our example, we can fail to achieve the skills that we set ourselves to accomplish.

To help you out we have collected our favorite inspiring TED talks; we feel that these talks will help you get yourself motivated to complete your training goals whether it's for PMP courses or just plain old (but vitally important!) Excel!

Simon Sinek: How great business leaders inspire action
Our favorite quote: "About three and a half years ago, I made a discovery. And this discovery profoundly changed my view on how I thought the world worked, and it even profoundly changed the way in which I operate in it. As it turns out, there's a pattern. As it turns out, all the great inspiring leaders and organizations in the world, whether it's Apple or Martin Luther King or the Wright brothers, they all think, act and communicate the exact same way. And it's the complete opposite to everyone else. All I did was codify it, and it's probably the world's simplest idea. I call it the golden circle"

Richard Branson: Life at 30,000 feet
Our favorite quote: "I think that there's a very thin dividing line between success and failure. And I think if you start a business without financial backing, you're likely to go the wrong side of that dividing line. We had -- we were being attacked by British Airways. They were trying to put our airline out of business, and they launched what's become known as the dirty tricks campaign. And I realized that the whole empire was likely to come crashing down unless I chipped in a chip. And in order to protect the jobs of the people who worked for the airline, and protect the jobs of the people who worked for the record company, I had to sell the family jewelry to protect the airline."

Susan Cain: The power of introvert
Why we like it: This is a really positive and encouraging talk that sets out ways that we can accomplish our goals. 

What do you all think - do you agree with our recommended TED talks?