One of the most viewed TED Talks is Sir Ken Robinson's How Schools Kill Creativity. He performed it back in 2006 and it is well worth a watch if you're not one of the 40 million who already have. It is a brilliant piece which...

I'd like to start by drawing your attention to an article I came across on LinkedIn which James Caan posted recently on entrepreneurship. The post outlines some of the barriers facing people who are not "born with the ability to be an entrepreneur" when starting their own business and offers some wise words. I agree that most people prefer a secure job offering a regular salary and that these people struggle to find the confidence to take the leap over to the 'other side'. Taken from top of the article: