ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: A 4-Year Old Taught Me How to Live Life by Brett Holcomb | Brett Holcomb | TEDxBuckhead

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: A 4-Year Old Taught Me How to Live Life by Brett Holcomb | Brett Holcomb | TEDxBuckhead

Here’s Great Tip: A 4-Year Old Taught Me How to Live Life by Brett Holcomb | Brett Holcomb | TEDxBuckhead


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Brett Holcomb, a serial entrepreneur encourages people to take a note from children. He details how a child’s ability to question everything, when reproduced as an adult, yields tremendous results! Find out exactly how you can implement these tools in your life today! This TEDx was curated by Jercori Freeman. Brett brings wisdom and experience to any stage and is sure to get you thinking about how you can be more useful in the world. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

35 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: A 4-Year Old Taught Me How to Live Life by Brett Holcomb | Brett Holcomb | TEDxBuckhead”

  1. I love that pigeon poop shirt.
    Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings…
    Yes, kids learn faster than adults, but we still learn throughout our lifetime. Observing the kids can be an opportunity to see what went wrong in your own childhood.

  2. "Partnership" is definitely important. As I teach my child about my concepts of life, he teaches me about his. Particularly, his fearlessness, it was a HUGE take away for me and aided me on my journey!

  3. Thank you so much for talking about this topic. I agree with you, children answer spontaneously. When I was taking care of children and teaching them how to create gifts from natural materials and recycle objects, I was so amazed by their creativity cleverness.

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