I often use TED talks in class or online to spark class discussion or debate about particular assumptions and theories covered in lectures. However the universe of TED video clips can be daunting sometimes to maneuver. This great website has curated some if the best clips for educators, so it’s a great place to start!

TED talks for Educators


I have often argued how elderly entrepreneurship is on the rise, particularly since I have been increasingly involved with the Panel Study of Entrepreneurial Dynamics and the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor. This great story recently on NPR only confirms what I have been arguing for such a long time. In 2012 25% of all new business were started by adults between 55-64! Retirement entrepreneurship, I can see the studies now!

Read more and hear the story here: Never Too Late: More Older Adults Sold On Entrepreneurship

So I am always looking for fun experiential or active learning games to integrate into class, and boy let me tell you all, it is harder than you think for your instructors to find that type of stuff. But I did happen to stumble upon this great website Thiagi.com which has hundreds of free learning games applicable to so many contextes. I use these in my graduate level entrepreneurship seminars with MBA students, and they love them. Highly recommend you check them out. 


My hottttt as $hit Playlist. 

Little Dragon  -Ritual Union (Maya Jane Coles Mix)

Sak Noel -Loca people

Afrojack & Steve Aoki -No Beef

Dj Blaqstarr -Shake it to the Ground

Gary Beck – Diva

AN21 & Max Vangeli -People of the Night

Steve Angello & AN21 — Valodja (Riva Starr Remix) vs I Need U

Deniz Koyu — Tung!

Coldplay — Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall (Swedish House Mafia Mix)

AN21 & Max Vangelli — Swedish Beauty (Moguai Remix) vs Feel The Vibe

Danny Daze – Your Everything

Danny Daze – Fall Away from Love (Original Mix)

Danny Daze – If This

Armand Pena – Tonight

Armand Pena – Dreamer

Ferry Corsten – Check it Out

Mark Knight – Self Religion