My Favorite Ted Talks

My Favorite Ted Talks

Thanks to the internet, we have literally everything at our fingertips, including daily inspiration and motivation. I’ve come to love and rely on the amazing content produced by TED, so I thought I’d share the videos that add fuel to my fire.

My Favorite Ted Talks

Janet Echelmen: Taking imagination seriously

If you’re ever in a creative rut, this talk is the one to help you out. Janet Echelmen is an artist who makes the most incredible works with the most unlikely materials. To her, there is no limit when it comes to creativity.

Seth Godin: The tribes we lead

There’s a leader in us all, sometimes you just need a reminder. With this talk, Seth Godin inspires us to become better. The world is rapidly changing and it’s up to us, the creatives and innovators, to lead and incite change! So, go out there and find your tribe.

Brene Brown: The power of vulnerability

To be our best self is to be authentic, and to be authentic is to be vulnerable. Tapping into your vulnerability triggers self-awareness, and only good comes from that. It’s time to show up and dare to be yourself!

Stacey Kramer: The best gift I ever survived

In this talk, Stacey Kramer reminds us the positive change can come from a traumatic experience, all it takes is some perspective and reframing. We own our experiences.

Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action

The power of the “why”. People won’t buy what you do, they’ll buy WHY you do it. Be honest about your intentions, with the world and with yourself.

Kelly McGonigal: How to make stress your friend

Instead of pushing it away, make stress your friend! Reshaping the way you think about stress changes your response, ultimately turning something scary into something manageable and positive. You hold more power than you know.

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