TED Talks Every Ambitious Person Should Listen To

We at Peak Enterprises Corp believe that continual learning is essential for achieving success. Education is important, but there are many other ways to learn. We regularly send team members to conferences and other such events.

Recently, we have been particularly interested in TED Talks on success. Here are a few of our favorites:

  • How to Get Better at the Things You Care About,” by Eduardo Briceño: In this talk, learning expert Briceño explains that our work is split between learning and performance. He suggests that we should spend more time learning to excel at performance.
  • The Career Advice You Probably Didn’t Get,” by Susan Colantuono: Our team at Peak Enterprises Corp is fascinated by this talk. Colantuono suggests that in many environments, people don’t get ahead in their careers despite doing what they are told. She explores the secret requirements of many jobs.
  • Smash Fear, Learn Anything,” by Tim Ferriss: According to productivity expert Tim Ferriss, fear may mean you are on the right track for success. He discusses learning about things we fear and how it will help us achieve our goals.
  • Why Work Doesn’t Happen at Work,” by Jason Fried: According to Fried, there are more distractions at work than there are in other areas. This may be why some people have an easier time getting things done when they aren’t in the office.

Find more success advice from our Peak Enterprises Corp team at peakenterprisescorp.com.

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