Platinum Rapid Funding CEO, Ali Mayar Talks About the TED Talks That Changed His Life
TED Talks are as popular as ever these days, and people love learning as much as possible from them. A lot of them end up being very interesting, and it doesn’t take much time or effort to consume them anywhere a person is located.
Ali Mayar, the CEO of Platinum Rapid Funding, is someone who is a firm believer in the importance of TED Talks. In fact, when talking to him recently for an interview, he started talking about three in particular that changed his life. Here’s a little bit more information on how he responded to certain options.
Which Ted Talk has made the biggest impact on your life from a job perspective?
The investment logic of sustainability by Chris McKnett is one that I found extremely interesting. He takes a look at power investing, explaining how there is more than just simple numbers. He was able to pack in a ton of information in a short amount of time, and I have since looked into a lot of other stuff that he offers.
He really has a way of simplifying everything, which I can appreciate as someone trying to learn as much as possible. Even if a person has no prior experience, they can take away quite a bit from him. It is extremely hard to argue with all the results he has been able to have.
Is there a TED Talk that you would recommend for small business owners that might use your site?
For anyone who is considering Platinum Rapid Funding Group, there are a lot of TED Talks out there specifically for small business owners. I personally took a lot away from Richard St. John’s 8 secrets of success that is still very relevant to this day. Even though it was released in 2005, he talks about the eight secrets of success in just under four minutes. It’s a lot of information to process in a short amount of time, but it really motivates.
It’s a great starting point for anyone who might be a little stuck with how their business is going in general. Maybe they need that extra bit of push to get to where they want to be.
What about those people who are just starting out? Where should they turn to get some additional information?
Bill Gross has a very interesting Ted Talk where he discusses why startups succeed. Titled as “The single biggest reason why start up succeed,” he gets into what matters. If a person is willing to put in the time and effort to get to where they want to be as a business owner, they have a chance to have some extreme success.
I think he is really great for all those people who find themselves on the fence about going all in on a start-up company. It is a very difficult decision to make, but people are able to have quite a bit of success in the end if they are going into everything with the right mindset.