TED Talks are a gift. They inspire, provide information, and (have been proven to be) effective. TED Talks’ have continued to stand out amongst others and have a unique platform offering a variety of different topics. Information seems easier to comprehend and digest through a TED Talk, right? Because we love them so much, we’re sharing our top ten favorite TED Talks of all time.


  1. How great leaders inspire action – Simon Sinek
    The golden circle of why. Listen and watch Simon Sinek as he immaculately explains how to inspire others to a call to action. Watch here.
  2. The power of vulnerability – Brené Brown
    What is the human connection? Listen and watch Brené Brown as she shares her research in a video worth sharing. Watch here.
  3. This is what happens when you reply to spam email – James Veitch
    This one’s for laughs. Comedian James Veitch shares his journey through spam emails. WARNING: do not watch during a quiet meeting, you will disrupt the peace with laughter. Watch here.
  4. The puzzle of motivation – Dan Pink
    An oldie but a goodie. If you’re struggling with motivation this one’s for you. Watch here.
  5. Inside the mind of a master procrastinator – Tim Urban
    What are you procrastinating on? Tim Urban takes us on his journey of procrastination and why you do it. Hurry and watch before you run out of time. Watch here.
  6. Your body language may shape who you are – Amy Cuddy
    Can standing in a “power pose” really improve your confidence? Amy Cuddy talks all about body language and why it’s important. Watch here.
  7. The surprising habits of original thinkers – Adam Grant
    To be original, you don’t have to be first. Adam Grant explains the beauty of procrastination, taking chances,  and the creative process. Watch here.
  8. Success is a continuous journey – Richard St. John
    A quick 4 minute listen and watch on the never ending road to success. Once you’ve reached your goal, keep going. Watch here.
  9. On being wrong – Kathryn Schulz
    It’s okay to be wrong. Wrongologist Kathryn Schulz, vibrantly describes why it’s a good thing to be wrong. Watch here.
  10. Taking imagination seriously – Janet Enchelman
    Let your imagination soar. How imagination and creativity can lead to success. Watch here.

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