The incredibly popular TED conference are a great source of inspiration, information and a useful resource for your next presentation too. Content well told through story-telling. Personally, I think it just mesmerises the viewer. It really stands by it’s tag line “ideas worth spreading.” But out of all those millions of TED speakers to choose from, how do you decide what to watch? Just by watching the Top viewed or recent videos? Here, I bring to you the most motivational and inspirational talks of all time hat will change your view on life:
Simon Sinek — “How Great Leaders Inspire Action”
With 18 million views, Simon Sinek’s talk on leaders is one of the most viewed TED talk. Filmed in 2009 at a TEDxPudgetSound event. Writer of the Start With Why and Leaders Eat Last, says that true innovators ask the fundamental question “why.” Addressing the core “why” can bring you great success. He’ll have you thinking about the importance of your why and the reason that “why” truly makes all the difference in the world.
Chris Hadfield — “What I Learned From Going Blind in Space”
Fear can play a big part in an entrepreneur’s journey, but rarely are you in danger. Know how to judge your fear to conquer it and achieve ultimate success. That’s what Chris tells by sharing his experience going blind in space.
Kathryn Schulz –“On Being Wrong”
We always run from our mistakes and act of being wrong. She says moments of surprise, reversal and wrongness are the very stuff of life.”Wrongologist” Kathryn Schulz makes a compelling case for not just admitting but embracing our fallibility.
Dan Gilbert — “The Surprising Science of Happiness”
Dan Gilbert, author of “Stumbling on Happiness,” challenges the idea that we’ll be miserable if we don’t get what we want. It’s a fascinating journey to understanding what really makes you happy vs. what you might think will make you happy “one day.”
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