My Top Five Ted Talks

If you haven’t heard of Ted Talks yet, you are in for a treat.  “Ideas worth spreading” is their motto.  There are hundreds of talks on various topics.  Best part is they are all, on average, about 20 minutes.

These talks aren’t meant to be taken at face value.  They are meant to get you thinking – to consider other possibilities and to implement changes in your life off those insights.  I have changed a little (or a lot) after watching each of these talks.

In no particular order here are my top five favorites.

Ken Robinson’s talk on Do Schools Kill Creativity?

Malcolm Gladwell’s talk Choice, Happiness, and Spaghetti Sauce.

Mel Robbins talk How to Stop Screwing Yourself Over

Simon Sinek’s Golden Circle talk.

Brene Brown’s talk on The Power of Vulnerability.

Do you have a favorite Ted Talk?  Tell me in the comments and I’ll check it out!

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