1. Why we have too few women leaders, Sheryl Sandburg
Watch it, read her book, then watch it again and again throughout your career development
2. Why 30 is not the new 20, Meg Jay
I read her book first, The Defining Decade, and then I discovered the TedTalk. A lot of the same points are made, but it is still a worthwhile read.
3. The power of vulnerability, Brene Brown
One of my all time favorites.
4. Your elusive creative genius, Elizabeth Gilbert
I also read her book first (sensing a theme?), Eat, Pray, Love. Its a book worth reading. Entertaining and inspirational.
5. How leaders inspire action, Simon Sinek
For a while this was the most watched TedTalk… Maybe it still is. So if you haven’t seen it you must, especially for every aspiring entrepreneur. Know what motivates your actions as you choose the paths you take in your 20’s.
Bonus: I am a BIG fan of NPR, and whenever I have an hour long drive, my go-to program is Ted Radio Hour. Last week I listened to “Why We Collaborate.” For anyone interested in entrepreneurship (men and women), this is a must.0