Founded in 1984 by Richard Saul Wurman, TED Talks is one of the biggest platforms where various thinkers of diverse backgrounds- started with technology, entertainment and design and later moved to subjects like motivation, entrepreneurship and inspiration from all round the world!
If not seen yet, just hit the following link (http://www.ted.com/) to get access to more than 1400 such videos with distinguished speakers- from Hawking to Gates!
Do you feel demotivated because of ever increasing competition? What describes success- efforts or luck? Is it genuine to equate success with recognition or is it something else which can’t be materialized? To get answers to all such queries of yours, we bring you a list of most successful inspirational TED Talks ever. Remember they aren’t the final one, just do make some research and have a cup of coffee with technology (our motto says the same) to get yourself inspired for forthcoming challenges.
Schools Kill Creativity – Sir Ken Robinson
Sir Kenneth Robinson- a renowned English Educationalist talked about education and creativity and expressed his contention to motivate children gifted with unusual talent rather than nipping it in the bud. He says “All kids have tremendous talents and we squander them, pretty ruthlessly” which in fact requires proper guidance to get directed in some meaningful direction. Do you think that there is something else that can better describe your personality than your academic credentials? If yes, then it’s high time to start cultivating it to the next level!
F*** You How to Stop Screwing Yourself Over – Mel Robbins
It’s not difficult to get things you want, they aren’t easy too! Tangling up the same sentence which may have some negative impact over the listener doesn’t sound demotivating anymore. Mel Robbins, a dynamic individual with degree in criminal law and known relationship expert holds her own radio show to answer queries of all intended viewers all over the continent. Stressing upon the fact “Parenting yourself” thereby implying that it is one’s own job to get rid of those things which one doesn’t like to do. She talks about the need of exploration outshining all other needs enumerated by Maslow and motivated you to explore your hidden potential.
How simple ideas lead to scientific discoveries – Adam Savage
Adam Whitney Savage is an American industrial design and special effects designer/fabricator, actor and one of two co-hosts of the Discovery Channel television series Myth Busters and Unchained Reaction stresses the point that one simply requires basic understanding of principles coupled with logical reasoning to make breakthrough inventions particularly in the field of science. He cites examples of Eratosthenes and Richard Feynman to make talk more engaging and worth listening.
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