Blog Posts - Ted Talk



What bonobos’ play can teach us about digital PR and marketing

When contemplating a press release about a particularly dry subject, an old boss of mine Charles Crabtree compared PR to a crossword. He said that it was just a game or a puzzle to be worked out. You have a company that wants to get a message across...
by The Red Rocket on May 3, 2016

How Do You Find Your Inner Champion?

I recently watched the TED talk by Rita Pearson entitled Every Kid Needs a Champion and it got me thinking. As a teacher I’ve been an encourager, advocate and champion for many kids, often with amazing outcomes. But it takes a lot...
by mummy2mum on Mar 25, 2016

Inspirerende TED-Talk van asielzoeker naar ondernemer - it is the place that is good for you what is your home

Via Ingrid Bright discovered that his personal refugee story and his West-African background were his unique selling points and he started incorporating them in his work as an actor and a trainer. His path from asylum seeker to entrepeneur became...
by Vreemdelingenrecht on Feb 20, 2016

How to tell a great story, visualized

The post How to tell a great story, visualized appeared first on Publishing Addict.
by 2PEP on Jan 14, 2016

Ted Talk – Looking Past Limits

[ted id=1116] The following messages stood out the most for me during Caroline Casey’s speech: Believe and feel the wind in your face. Just to be free. Be you. Being absolutely true to yourself is freedom.
by Step Into the Nexus on Jan 1, 2016

10 Of Our Favorite Literary TED Talks From 2015

We adore a good literary TED Talk around here on the Riot. 2015 gave us fascinating talks about poetry in prisons, book cover design, the StoryCorps project, the making of a bad feminist, and many more. Here are our 10 … Continued The post 10 O...
by Book Riot on Nov 20, 2015

Nick Hanauer: “Rich people don´t create jobs”

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by Carta77 on Oct 15, 2015

Why It’s Your Right to be Ambitious (at Work and in the Home)

Digital Mums currently have an empowering #workthatworks campaign in full swing supporting and empowering women with social media marketing training have been tweeting with me recently on the importance of finding work that works. They recently br...
by Honest Mum on Jul 26, 2015

“Pain Is a Disease” – Dr. Elliot Krane Discusses the Mystery of Chronic Pain – [Video]

Dr. Elliot Krane talks about a young woman who developed chronic pain and allodynia, a condition that causes even the lightest touch to hurt.
by I Told You I Was Sick on May 6, 2015

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by What did you learn today? on May 4, 2015

Ted Talk: Why Our Brain’s Get Addicted

Nora Volkow is the director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse.  In the Ted Talk below, Volkow takes a look at the link between levels of dopamine D2 receptors and addiction. The post Ted Talk: Why Our Brain’s Get Addicted appeared first...
by Recovery Advocates on Mar 12, 2015

A banker, a worker and an immigrant walk into a bar … TED Talk by Anna Chen

My TEDxEastEnd talk has just been posted on You Tube.Madam Miaow says ... visit Anna Chen's website here: http://www.annachen.co.uk/ Anna's food blog here: http://annacheneats.blogspot.com/...
by Madam Miaow Says on Feb 24, 2015

My TEDxEastEnd talk: Migration and Diversity, mirrors and diversion

I had a great time last Saturday as one of the speakers at the TED x East End event. I talked about migration and diversity, mirrors and diversion, looking at how politics and economics distort the history of human migration since we all walked out o...
by Madam Miaow Says on Jan 31, 2015

Want some good procrastination?

Procrastinating in my room on this snowy day.  This video is amazing.  He is the son of a terrorist and talks about peace and tears down so many judgment walls in our society.  He talks about being “tired of hating people.” Introducing...
by VirginiafromTexas on Jan 21, 2015

Susan Cain: The power of introverts: TED TALKS: documentary,lecture,talk

I am at a crossroads. I'm working on episode four of my series, which encompasses the meat of the entire serial. It's challenging. It's forcing me to really examine the story, the characters. The themes. The elements. And I am acutely aware of needin...
by Henry Sullivan on Dec 10, 2014

Totally Freaking Out (but not at my family…for once)

A few days ago, I went off the rails. My husband’s high school musical is in tech and production this week, so I’ve been a single parent for a few weeks.  He said good night to the kids last Sunday night, and he didn’t see them aga...

Gay Rights, or Civil Rights Expedited

While I was out visiting my aging grandparents this past weekend, both of them mentioned something that we’ve talked about a lot in the years since my husband and I adopted our two children.  We each believe that what really changes the racial...

Gay Rights, or Civil Rights Expedited

While I was out visiting my aging grandparents this past weekend, both of them mentioned something that we’ve talked about a lot in the years since my husband and I adopted our two children.  We each believe that what really changes the racial...

Friday Link Love: 10th October

Content by Erin Brooks. This week on Link Love: Fair food, expensive coffee and broken records. Here we are again… Friday! The weather is fine and we have... The post Friday Link Love: 10th October appeared first on she cooks, she gardens.
by she cooks, she gardens on Oct 10, 2014

Got ADHD? Someone You Love Has ADHD? Need new perspective? Watch THIS! (VIDEO) #ADHD

I do not often share that my two sons have ADHD. Nor have I mentioned that after having them diagnosed and treated with much success? I came to the realization that I was looking in the mirror.  Doctors have agreed my symptoms are ther...
by United States of Motherhood on Apr 25, 2014


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