Running a business is not an easy job and it can wear you down at times if you let it. There are days when you feel less inspired. On difficult days, its easy to give up as you feel exhausted and burnt out but its important to keep going.

During such times, you need to look outside for inspiration. A good, inspiring TED talk never fails to lift our soul and leave you feeling energized and motivated. For those times when you are in need of a little push and a little motivation, here are 15 TED talks to get you back on track:


Sure, we all have goals and work hard towards achieving them each day. However, that’s more important than goal itself is the intention behind the goal. A life with intention gives a lot of satisfaction and content. These 5 TED talks inspire you to dream big, be a go getter and live an intentional life.

Steve Jobs: How to live before you die

Heather Payne: How to Turn Your Side Project Into a Full-Time Gig

Leah Busque: Have Big, Hairy, Audacious Goals And Take Baby Steps

Paula Scher: Do What You’ve Never Done Before

Amy Cuddy : Your body language shapes who you are  


For those who don’t have a background in business, it can get really hard at times to understand the ins and outs of running a full-time business. These talks help you to look at business from a higher level and a refreshing perspective.

Jeff Bezos: What matters more than your talents

Tina Roth Eisenberg: Don’t Complain, Create

Rilla Alexander: Without the Doing, Dreaming Is Useless

Simon Sinek: If You Don’t Understand People, You Don’t Understand Business

Seth godin: How to get your Ideas spread


While each of us have a different definition for success, it is certain that each of us want to be successful. These talks explore the secrets behind success and inspire you to be a go-getter, whatever success means to you!

Richard St. John: 8 Secrets of Success

Heidi Grant Halvorson: The Incredible Benefits of a “Get Better” Mindset

Arianna Huffington : How to succeed? Get more sleep

Angela Lee Duckworth : The key to success? Grit

Elizabeth Gilbert: Success, failure and the drive to keep creating