7 of the Best TED Talks for Online Entrepreneurs

As someone who is building an online business, I'm always looking for sources of inspiration, motivation and actionable advice. Over the years, I've regularly turned to TED Talks to meet these needs.

If you haven't heard about TED before (where have you been hiding!?), it's an organization which is dedicated to spreading ideas and knowledge in the form of talks from experts and leaders across a wide range of industries.

The best part? You can access the majority of TED Talks for free via the TED website, and you can binge-watch their playlists (my favorite: the Ted Talk procrastination playlist - the irony of watching this when I should be working is not lost on me...) for hours of viewing pleasure.

In no particular order, here is my pick of the seven essential TED Talks for current online entrepreneurs or anyone wanting to start and grow an online business:

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Scott Dinsmore followed Warren Buffet's advice that "taking jobs to build up your resume is the same as saving up sex for old age", and quit the job that left him despondent and unfulfilled. Gone were the days of sacrificing his happiness to build up his resume.

Over the next four years, Scott made it his mission to understand how to find work that he felt passionate about. He spent time conducting interviews and he read 300 books written about people who love what they do and feel inspired day-in-day-out.

During this period, Scott was regularly invited to lunch by people who hated their jobs and who were interested to hear about what he'd learned. He often asked the question, "Why are you doing the work you're doing?" - And, in most cases, the answer came that they were doing the work they felt they were supposed to, rather than what they wanted to be doing. Scott estimates that 80% of people ended up leaving their jobs after these conversations.

What online entrepreneurs can learn from this TED Talk:

In this TED Talk, Scott discusses the three things that all passionate people have in common. If you want to find work or build an online business around something you're genuinely passionate about (in other words, do the work that you "can't not do"), you need to commit to these three things:

  1. Become a self-expert and truly understand yourself

If you aren't sure about what you're looking for, how will you ever find it? It is up to you to figure out exactly what makes you tick - no course or person will be able to do this effectively for you.

Ask yourself the following:

  • What are your unique strengths?
  • What do you love doing so much that you'd do it regardless of being paid?
  • What motivates you? e.g., family, health, success, etc.
  • What can you learn from your previous experiences? e.g., What did you enjoy/hate? What went well/badly?

Answering these questions will help build a picture of what success looks like for you, and it will help you stay true to yourself to ensure you choose the correct path for your life.

  1. Find "your own impossibilities" and push your limits

Once you've figured out the correct path for your life, the next step is to push the boundaries of what you believe is possible. Start small and commit to taking incremental steps to achieve something progressively further outside of your comfort zone.

Scott says, "There are two reasons why people don't do things. One is they tell themselves they can't do them, or people around them tell them they can't do them. Either way, we start to believe it. Either we give up, or we never start in the first place."

You can overcome these negative thoughts by constantly pushing your limits. The more you do this, the more your confidence compounds.

  1. Surround yourself with like-minded people

Part three of the puzzle is to understand that there is no greater key to success than aligning yourself with people who will keep you committed to achieving your goals.

Scott references Jim Rohn who famously said, "You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with." By spending time with people who have already achieved what you want to achieve, or people who remind you that anything is possible, you increase the likelihood of sticking with and succeeding at your goals.

Finally...

Scott's TED Talk reminds us that we're 100% in control when it comes to sticking with the steps above. The only limitation is to the extent to which you can imagine what is possible.

Scott Dinsmore tragically died in September 2015 while climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. You can read more about the organization he founded, Live Your Legend, here.

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I discussed Richard St. John's TED Talk on success in a previous post (Passive Income Sucks), and I found it so inspiring and influential that it had to make this list.

Richard began his quest to answer, "What does it take to be successful?", when a fellow passenger asked him the question during a flight to a TED conference.

At the time, he didn't have an answer. He became so inspired to find out that he interviewed 500 people to determine the secrets of what had lead to their success.

What online entrepreneurs can learn from this TED Talk:

Richard's TED Talk outlines the eight key 'secrets' which will impact on the level of success you can achieve with your online ventures. These include:

  • Passion - Whatever you choose to do, you should do it for love, not money.

  • Work - Understand that it’ll be hard work, but with passion, it won’t feel like you’re working.

  • Good - Practice makes perfect. Become as good as practically possible at something to be successful.

  • Focus - Stick with one thing. Don’t become distracted and stretch yourself too thin.

  • Push - Push through negative thoughts, push through procrastination, and push yourself mentally and physically.

  • Serve - Don’t serve yourself. Serve others by providing value.

  • Ideas - Come up with ideas by listening, observing and being curious. Ask questions, solve problems and make connections.

  • Persist - Don’t give up. Persist and work through problems until you’re successful. Persistence is said to be the number one factor in success.

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Seth Godin's TED Talk summarizes the story of the invention of sliced bread in the 1910's. For the first 15 years following its creation, no one knew about it. It was a failure, and it wasn't until a company came along that knew how to market the idea of sliced bread that it became popular.

Seth argues that this isn't uncommon - after all, the success of most products isn't about how good they are, or how well they're made, but in the ability to spread awareness about them.

Previously, TV and mass media made it easy to spread ideas. For a set fee, you could disrupt people's time and have your message delivered. Nowadays, people have too many choices and too little time for conventional forms of advertising to work effectively - they ignore it.

What online entrepreneurs can learn from this TED Talk:

From an online business perspective, achieving your goals fundamentally relies on getting awareness about your ideas, products or services to spread. Seth outlines the three fundamental ways that you can make this happen:

  1. Be remarkable

Create something so good that people cannot help but talk about it.

Put the strive for ridiculous quality at the forefront of everything you do.

When you write a blog post, make it as in-depth and informative as possible. When you design a product, make it meet all of a customer's expectations and more. When you provide a service, perform it so well that the customer talks about it with anyone who will listen.

  1. Don't be satisfied with 'very good,' and don't be boring

Ideas that are simply 'very good' will get lost in all the noise.

Everyone strives for very good, so differentiate yourself, your business, and your products and services by making them new or unique in some way.

Don't play it safe either. Safe is boring, and companies which Seth describes as producing "average products for average people" will be at greater risk and will typically struggle more nowadays versus companies which choose to innovate and create remarkable products.

  1. Find the people who care and market to them directly

I already mentioned that conventional advertising is no longer as effective as it used to, but Seth believes that advertising to the masses in any form is generally flawed. He argues that a better approach is to appeal to what he calls 'Otaku' - people who are obsessed (or will be obsessed) with what you have to offer.

Market directly to these people and make it as easy as possible for them to shout about your business, product or service.

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In this TED Talk, psychologist Angela Lee Duckworth discusses her experience teaching children in New York City public schools.

During this time, Angela noticed that despite IQ being a standard measure of intelligence, some of the strongest performers in her class did not have particularly high IQ scores, while some of the children with higher scores seemed to be struggling most.

This caused her to question whether success in school and in life, was about much more than the intelligence that an IQ test measures.

To find out more, Angela studied people from a wide range of backgrounds, including those enrolled in a military school, students competing in a spelling bee, new teachers in challenging environments and salespeople in private companies.

What online entrepreneurs can learn from this TED Talk:

Wherever anyone was successful, Angela identified one common ingredient - “In all those very different contexts, one characteristic emerged as a significant predictor of success, and it wasn't social intelligence. It wasn't good looks, physical health, and it wasn't IQ. It was grit.

Grit is the ability to stick to your long-term goals regardless of what is happening. Grit by definition is not giving up easily or giving in to procrastination, and it's about overcoming any challenges which arise not just for a couple of days or weeks, but for however long it takes to achieve the goal. You shouldn't think that grit comes automatically with talent, as there are too many instances of talented people not working hard enough or having the dedication to see through their goals for this to be the case.

Stick around to the end of the video as although Angela admits that she doesn't have the exact answer, she does provide some insight into how to build grit to help you succeed.

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Before recording her TED Talk, Bel Pesce spent two years trying to figure out how people achieve their dreams.

Bel mentions that there are five ways for us to NOT follow through on our dreams. These are:

  1. Believing in overnight success

There are always untold elements behind any success.

What appears as an 'overnight' success is likely the result of dedication, perseverance, lots of failures and year and years of hard work.

Belief in overnight success can cause you to seek out the easy option at the expense of working hard to achieve your dreams, and it can prompt giving up at the first sign of a challenge, leaving you no better off in the long-term.

  1. Believing that someone else has all the answers for you

Our friends and loved ones are always quick to offer an opinion on what they think is best for us. This doesn't need to be negative, but don't leave critical decisions to other people alone - you need to have serious input into the decisions that affect your life.

Even if things don't go your way, embrace your failures and learn from them as this is key to succeeding long-term.

  1. Settling too soon

Bel's third point cautions against settling when success appears all but guaranteed. When things seem to be going your way and start achieving success, it can be all-too-easy to sit back and take your foot off the gas. However, this is the time to work harder to elevate yourself to greatness as opposed to settling with just being 'good.'

  1. Not accepting responsibility

Another way to kill your dreams is through believing that fault lies with other people.

As Bel puts it, "If you have dreams, it's your responsibility to make them happen." Yes, things may go against you, but if you take the time to analyze any setback or failure, it's likely that a lot of the responsibility will lie with you. Understand this and realize that you can use it to your advantage on your quest for success.

  1. Believing that the only thing that matters is the dream itself

Life is about much more than achieving specific end-goals, for example, reaching the top of a mountain after a particularly difficult trek. Bel argues that while these achievements are good, the most important thing is to enjoy the journey - the specific steps you take towards greatness. You need to enjoy these as you'll be experiencing them day-in-day-out, as opposed to enjoying reaching your goals which will happen a lot less frequently.

You should also learn to enjoy the steps on the journey that don't go your way. Understand that when you don't succeed, you can take something positive in the form of learning opportunities which come your way.

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Bill Gross is the founder of Idealab, a start-up accelerator in the United States which has helped to create over 100 companies. Some of these companies went on to become huge successes, while others were complete failures.

During his time at Idealab, Bill became interested in finding out exactly what differentiated the companies that thrived from those that had failed. He looked into five main areas across 100 Idealab companies and 100 non-Idealab companies to try and figure out the answer.

The five areas included:

  1. Ideas - How strong is the idea which the business is built on?
  1. Team - How effective the team is and how adaptable it is to the customer's needs.
  1. Business Model - Does the business have a clear route to generating revenue?
  1. Funding - Does the business have enough money to not only survive but thrive?
  1. Timing - Is the timing spot on? Or is the business early to the market which requires educating potential customers, or is it late meaning that there is now intense competition in the marketplace?

The results were as follows:

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What online entrepreneurs can learn from this TED Talk:

Surprisingly, timing mattered more to the success of a startup than having the correct team and executing correctly, and it also mattered more than the specific idea itself. All too often people hold off on starting a business because they don't believe that a particular idea is strong enough. While a good idea is clearly important, this TED Talk shows that if you're able to provide value in a certain area and the timing is right, you could be doing yourself and potential customers a disservice by holding off starting.

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Arianna Huffington believes that the key to unlocking big ideas starts with one simple one: getting a good night’s sleep.

Within this TED Talk, she discusses the fact that sleep deprivation is now a real issue in society, with many people taking pride in how little sleep they get in an attempt to show how productive they are.

Arianna cautions against this however – both the act of getting too little sleep and believing it makes you more productive – and outlines that she herself has suffered severe personal injuries as a result of sleep deprivation.

What online entrepreneurs can learn from this TED Talk:

The real message in this TED Talk is that you can literally sleep your way to achieving more. Increased productivity, feeling greater inspiration and making smarter decisions all starts with a good night's sleep.

As an entrepreneur, it can be easy to succumb to long working hours in your attempt to build a successful business, so it's worth taking Arianna Huffington's advice and making time for what really matters given that it can actually boost your long-term success, not hinder it.

I hope you find these TED Talks as inspiring, motivational and informative as I have.

Let me know in the comments which is your favorite, and let me know about any other talks or videos that you've found helpful during your journey as an online entrepreneur.

Thanks,

- Jonathan

7 of the Best TED Talks for Online Entrepreneurs

As someone who is building an online business, I'm always looking for sources of inspiration, motivation and actionable advice. Over the years, I've regularly turned to TED Talks to meet these needs.

If you haven't heard about TED before (where have you been hiding!?), it's an organization which is dedicated to spreading ideas and knowledge in the form of talks from experts and leaders across a wide range of industries.

The best part? You can access the majority of TED Talks for free via the TED website.

In no particular order, here is my pick of the seven essential TED Talks for current online entrepreneurs or anyone wanting to start and grow an online business:

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Scott Dinsmore followed Warren Buffet's advice that "taking jobs to build up your resume is the same as saving up sex for old age", and quit the job that left him despondent and unfulfilled. Gone were the days of sacrificing his happiness to build up his resume.

Over the next four years, Scott made it his mission to understand how to find work that he felt passionate about. He spent time conducting interviews and he read 300 books written about people who love what they do and feel inspired day-in-day-out.

During this period, Scott was regularly invited to lunch by people who hated their jobs and who were interested to hear about what he'd learned. He often asked the question, "Why are you doing the work you're doing?" - And, in most cases, the answer came that they were doing the work they felt they were supposed to, rather than what they wanted to be doing. Scott estimates that 80% of people ended up leaving their jobs after these conversations.

What online entrepreneurs can learn from this TED Talk:

In this TED Talk, Scott discusses the three things that all passionate people have in common. If you want to find work or build an online business around something you're genuinely passionate about (in other words, do the work that you "can't not do"), you need to commit to these three things:

  1. Become a self-expert and truly understand yourself

If you aren't sure about what you're looking for, how will you ever find it? It is up to you to figure out exactly what makes you tick - no course or person will be able to do this effectively for you.

Ask yourself the following:

  • What are your unique strengths?
  • What do you love doing so much that you'd do it regardless of being paid?
  • What motivates you? e.g., family, health, success, etc.
  • What can you learn from your previous experiences? e.g., What did you enjoy/hate? What went well/badly?

Answering these questions will help build a picture of what success looks like for you, and it will help you stay true to yourself to ensure you choose the correct path for your life.

  1. Find "your own impossibilities" and push your limits

Once you've figured out the correct path for your life, the next step is to push the boundaries of what you believe is possible. Start small and commit to taking incremental steps to achieve something progressively further outside of your comfort zone.

Scott says, "There are two reasons why people don't do things. One is they tell themselves they can't do them, or people around them tell them they can't do them. Either way, we start to believe it. Either we give up, or we never start in the first place."

You can overcome these negative thoughts by constantly pushing your limits. The more you do this, the more your confidence compounds.

  1. Surround yourself with like-minded people

Part three of the puzzle is to understand that there is no greater key to success than aligning yourself with people who will keep you committed to achieving your goals.

Scott references Jim Rohn who famously said, "You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with." By spending time with people who have already achieved what you want to achieve, or people who remind you that anything is possible, you increase the likelihood of sticking with and succeeding at your goals.

Finally...

Scott's TED Talk reminds us that we're 100% in control when it comes to sticking with the steps above. The only limitation is to the extent to which you can imagine what is possible.

Scott Dinsmore tragically died in September 2015 while climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. You can read more about the organization he founded, Live Your Legend, here.

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I discussed Richard St. John's TED Talk on success in a previous post (Passive Income Sucks), and I found it so inspiring and influential that it had to make this list.

Richard began his quest to answer, "What does it take to be successful?", when a fellow passenger asked him the question during a flight to a TED conference.

At the time, he didn't have an answer. He became so inspired to find out that he interviewed 500 people to determine the secrets of what had lead to their success.

What online entrepreneurs can learn from this TED Talk:

Richard's TED Talk outlines the eight key 'secrets' which will impact on the level of success you can achieve with your online ventures. These include:

  • Passion - Whatever you choose to do, you should do it for love, not money.

  • Work - Understand that it’ll be hard work, but with passion, it won’t feel like you’re working.

  • Good - Practice makes perfect. Become as good as practically possible at something to be successful.

  • Focus - Stick with one thing. Don’t become distracted and stretch yourself too thin.

  • Push - Push through negative thoughts. Push yourself mentally and physically.

  • Serve - Don’t serve yourself. Serve others by providing value.

  • Ideas - Come up with ideas by listening, observing and being curious. Ask questions, solve problems and make connections.

  • Persist - Don’t give up. Persist and work through problems until you’re successful. Persistence is said to be the number one factor in success.

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Seth Godin's TED Talk summarizes the story of the invention of sliced bread in the 1910's. For the first 15 years following its creation, no one knew about it. It was a failure, and it wasn't until a company came along that knew how to market the idea of sliced bread that it became popular.

Seth argues that this isn't uncommon - after all, the success of most products isn't about how good they are, or how well they're made, but in the ability to spread awareness about them.

Previously, TV and mass media made it easy to spread ideas. For a set fee, you could disrupt people's time and have your message delivered. Nowadays, people have too many choices and too little time for conventional forms of advertising to work effectively - they ignore it.

What online entrepreneurs can learn from this TED Talk:

From an online business perspective, achieving your goals fundamentally relies on getting awareness about your ideas, products or services to spread. Seth outlines the three fundamental ways that you can make this happen:

  1. Be remarkable

Create something so good that people cannot help but talk about it.

Put the strive for ridiculous quality at the forefront of everything you do.

When you write a blog post, make it as in-depth and informative as possible. When you design a product, make it meet all of a customer's expectations and more. When you provide a service, perform it so well that the customer talks about it with anyone who will listen.

  1. Don't be satisfied with 'very good,' and don't be boring

Ideas that are simply 'very good' will get lost in all the noise.

Everyone strives for very good, so differentiate yourself, your business, and your products and services by making them new or unique in some way.

Don't play it safe either. Safe is boring, and companies which Seth describes as producing "average products for average people" will be at greater risk and will typically struggle more nowadays versus companies which choose to innovate and create remarkable products.

  1. Find the people who care and market to them directly

I already mentioned that conventional advertising is no longer as effective as it used to, but Seth believes that advertising to the masses in any form is generally flawed. He argues that a better approach is to appeal to what he calls 'Otaku' - people who are obsessed (or will be obsessed) with what you have to offer.

Market directly to these people and make it as easy as possible for them to shout about your business, product or service.

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In this TED Talk, psychologist Angela Lee Duckworth discusses her experience teaching children in New York City public schools.

During this time, Angela noticed that despite IQ being a standard measure of intelligence, some of the strongest performers in her class did not have particularly high IQ scores, while some of the children with higher scores seemed to be struggling most.

This caused her to question whether success in school and in life, was about much more than the intelligence that an IQ test measures.

To find out more, Angela studied people from a wide range of backgrounds, including those enrolled in a military school, students competing in a spelling bee, new teachers in challenging environments and salespeople in private companies.

What online entrepreneurs can learn from this TED Talk:

Wherever anyone was successful, Angela identified one common ingredient - “In all those very different contexts, one characteristic emerged as a significant predictor of success, and it wasn't social intelligence. It wasn't good looks, physical health, and it wasn't IQ. It was grit.

Grit is the ability to stick to your long-term goals regardless of what is happening. Grit is not giving up easily and overcoming any challenges which arise, not just for a couple of days or weeks, but for however long it takes to achieve the goal. You shouldn't think that grit comes automatically with talent, as there are too many instances of talented people not working hard enough or having the dedication to see through their goals for this to be the case.

Stick around to the end of the video as although Angela admits that she doesn't have the exact answer, she does provide some insight into how to build grit to help you succeed.

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Before recording her TED Talk, Bel Pesce spent two years trying to figure out how people achieve their dreams.

Bel mentions that there are five ways for us to NOT follow through on our dreams. These are:

  1. Believing in overnight success

There are always untold elements behind any success.

What appears as an 'overnight' success is likely the result of dedication, perseverance, lots of failures and year and years of hard work.

Belief in overnight success can cause you to seek out the easy option at the expense of working hard to achieve your dreams, and it can prompt giving up at the first sign of a challenge, leaving you no better off in the long-term.

  1. Believing that someone else has all the answers for you

Our friends and loved ones are always quick to offer an opinion on what they think is best for us. This doesn't need to be negative, but don't leave critical decisions to other people alone - you need to have serious input into the decisions that affect your life.

Even if things don't go your way, embrace your failures and learn from them as this is key to succeeding long-term.

  1. Settling too soon

Bel's third point cautions against settling when success appears all but guaranteed. When things seem to be going your way and start achieving success, it can be all-too-easy to sit back and take your foot off the gas. However, this is the time to work harder to elevate yourself to greatness as opposed to settling with just being 'good.'

  1. Not accepting responsibility

Another way to kill your dreams is through believing that fault lies with other people.

As Bel puts it, "If you have dreams, it's your responsibility to make them happen." Yes, things may go against you, but if you take the time to analyze any setback or failure, it's likely that a lot of the responsibility will lie with you. Understand this and realize that you can use it to your advantage on your quest for success.

  1. Believing that the only thing that matters is the dream itself

Life is about much more than achieving specific end-goals, for example, reaching the top of a mountain after a particularly difficult trek. Bel argues that while these achievements are good, the most important thing is to enjoy the journey - the specific steps you take towards greatness. You need to enjoy these as you'll be experiencing them day-in-day-out, as opposed to enjoying reaching your goals which will happen a lot less frequently.

You should also learn to enjoy the steps on the journey that don't go your way. Understand that when you don't succeed, you can take something positive in the form of learning opportunities which come your way.

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Bill Gross is the founder of Idealab, a start-up accelerator in the United States which has helped to create over 100 companies. Some of these companies went on to become huge successes, while others were complete failures.

During his time at Idealab, Bill became interested in finding out exactly what differentiated the companies that thrived from those that had failed. He looked into five main areas across 100 Idealab companies and 100 non-Idealab companies to try and figure out the answer.

The five areas included:

  1. Ideas - How strong is the idea which the business is built on?
  1. Team - How effective the team is and how adaptable it is to the customer's needs.
  1. Business Model - Does the business have a clear route to generating revenue?
  1. Funding - Does the business have enough money to not only survive but thrive?
  1. Timing - Is the timing spot on? Or is the business early to the market which requires educating potential customers, or is it late meaning that there is now intense competition in the marketplace?

The results were as follows:

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What online entrepreneurs can learn from this TED Talk:

Surprisingly, timing mattered more to the success of a startup than having the correct team and executing correctly, and it also mattered more than the specific idea itself. All too often people hold off on starting a business because they don't believe that a particular idea is strong enough. While a good idea is clearly important, this TED Talk shows that if you're able to provide value in a certain area and the timing is right, you could be doing yourself and potential customers a disservice by holding off starting.

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Arianna Huffington believes that the key to unlocking big ideas starts with one simple one: getting a good night’s sleep.

Within this TED Talk, she discusses the fact that sleep deprivation is now a real issue in society, with many people taking pride in how little sleep they get in an attempt to show how productive they are.

Arianna cautions against this however – both the act of getting too little sleep and believing it makes you more productive – and outlines that she herself has suffered severe personal injuries as a result of sleep deprivation.

What online entrepreneurs can learn from this TED Talk:

The real message in this TED Talk is that you can literally sleep your way to achieving more. Increased productivity, feeling greater inspiration and making smarter decisions all starts with a good night's sleep.

As an entrepreneur, it can be easy to succumb to long working hours in your attempt to build a successful business, so it's worth taking Arianna Huffington's advice and making time for what really matters given that it can actually boost your long-term success, not hinder it.

I hope you find these TED Talks as inspiring, motivational and informative as I have.

Let me know in the comments which is your favorite, and let me know about any other talks or videos that you've found helpful during your journey as an online entrepreneur.

Thanks,

- Jonathan

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