10 Best TED Talks for Entrepreneurs

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TED talks, famous for embodying “ideas worth sharing” are entrepreneurial to the core, now spreading to self-hosted TEDx talks around the country, and with thousands of videos on almost any conceivable subject on their site. Many speakers are experts, and have created businesses, movements, or lasting contributions in their fields. Most TED talks are engaging, and often humorous. They’re also bite-sized, with many being shorter than 20 minutes. Making them a great way to digest a bit of wisdom or a different perspective if you have a few minutes to spare. There are a number of “top TED talk” lists out there, but having watched them for several years we thought a list of ten of the most popular TED talks on entrepreneurialism would be a good fit. Enjoy!

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