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Trust and Design: How Digital Can Save the Future of Government | Jaimie Boyd | TEDxUNBC
Views 3.7K4 days ago
Technology is making it easier for governments to serve citizens. The digital age has brought tremendous innovation, equipping organizations of all kinds to serve people faster and better. The Government of British Columbia’s Chief Digital Officer will offer insight into how technology can help governments around the world provide services to their citizens. She’ll explore a few case studies, e...
Nuestra gran capacidad para unirnos por un objetivo común | Viviendo del Cuento | TEDxUPValència
Views 9113 days ago
¿Podemos todos juntos alcanzar metas más altas y objetivos más complejos? En esta charla veremos cómo a través de esta experiencia vivencial con la audiencia que nos ayuda a reflexionar sobre el efecto de la información sobre las masas y en cómo la unión y el poder de trabajar juntos nos ayuda a alcanzar los desafíos futuros . Viviendo del Cuento (Víctor Aleixandre y José Luis Herranz) es una d...
Utopías: para salir del presente | Antonio Rodriguez de las Heras | TEDxUPValència
Views 8753 days ago
Con frecuencia las utopías se consideran ensoñaciones, propuestas irrealizables, incluso engaños, pero y ¿si fueran necesarias para salir del presente para tener una actitud crítica y una motivación creativa para remover lo establecido? Las utopías reflejan la manera en que nos situamos en el tiempo, cómo interpretamos el futuro, el presente y el pasado. Hoy se atiende más a las distopías que a...
¿Serán los ordenadores los astrofísicos del futuro? | Elena Denia | TEDxUPValència
Views 6883 days ago
Las simulaciones computacionales son una herramienta fundamental para el desarrollo científico actual. En particular, en el campo de la cosmología son esenciales para hacer evolucionar sistemas e investigarlos científicamente, ya que la disciplina presenta la dificultad de que no es posible manipular el universo para realizar experimentos a grandes escalas. Pero, ¿podemos aceptar como válido o ...
Cuidar nuestro sueño es velar por el equilibrio de nuestra salud | Gonzalo Pin | TEDxUPValència
Views 7193 days ago
El ser humano ha vivido millones de años en sincronía con un medio ambiente que cambia de manera periódica y previsible cada aproximadamente 24 horas. Los cambios en la proporción de los colores de la luz ambiental percibidos de manera inconsciente a través de los ojos y el momento de la ingesta (crononutrición) informan a los relojes circadianos internos de la hora ambiental y, juntos, prepara...
Educar por y para la paz | Coni La Grotteria | TEDxUPValència
Views 5543 days ago
Educar para la paz es una invitación a reflexionar sobre la atención a la diversidad entendiéndola como un valor que nos enriquece como sociedad. ¿Podemos educar por la paz en nuestro día a día y en nuestro entorno? Esto es un reto de civismo y responsabilidad empezando no solamente por el lenguaje inclusivo, revalorizándolo como modelo de igualdad, evitando la normalización de frases y actitud...
¿El futuro de la geografía depende de la tecnología? | Gerson Beltrán | TEDxUPValència
Views 3593 days ago
¿El futuro de la geografía depende de la tecnología? ¿Hacia dónde se dirige la profesión del geógrafo? La Geografía es la ciencia que relaciona a los seres humanos con el espacio que habita en el Planeta Tierra. Los geógrafos profesionales trabajan en 5 ámbitos: tecnologías de información geográfica, planificación urbanística, desarrollo territorial, medio ambiente y sociedad del conocimiento. ...
Los acuíferos: el agua invisible bajo tus pies | Jaime Gómez-Hernández | TEDxUPValència
Views 3843 days ago
Los acuíferos almacenan agua bajo tus pies, en el subsuelo, que da de beber a un tercio de la población mundial y que puede ser un agente clave en la lucha contra el cambio climático siempre y cuando su fragilidad sea tenida en cuenta. ¿Son los acuíferos la solución a muchos problemas derivados de la falta de agua? Debemos de asegurar la sostenibilidad de los acuíferos tanto en lo que se refier...
Cómo limpiar los océanos usando boyas que filtren microplásticos | Alicia Ville | TEDxUPValència
Views 3613 days ago
Desde la cantidad de plásticos presente en nuestros océanos, pasando por las consecuencias que tienen estos plásticos en nuestra salud y terminando por las maneras de disminuir nuestro consumo de plástico, esta charla propone diferentes maneras de sumar en la lucha contra la contaminación del ecosistema por los microplásticos. ¿Es posible encontrar una solución al problema de los microplásticos...
Nos comemos el planeta | Alejandro Moreno | TEDxUPValència
Views 4433 days ago
Somos la primera generación plenamente consciente de la emergencia climática, y probablemente somos también la última generación que puede cambiar el rumbo. Por tanto, ¿es nuestra responsabilidad hacernos nuevas preguntas sobre el sistema que nos ha traído hasta aquí? Un hecho incuestionable es que el planeta no puede soportar el patrón actual de emisiones. Quizá, sencillamente necesitamos medi...
Hagan el humor: el inesperado poder de atracción de la risa | Sònia Valiente | TEDxUPValència
Views 7753 days ago
¿Cuándo fue la última vez que os reísteis a gusto? Cuesta recordarlo, ¿verdad? La risa nos libera, nos hace sentir cómplices, más inteligentes, mejor… El humor es capaz de reducir la percepción de violencia, desmontar las defensas de nuestro interlocutor, fijar la emoción al recuerdo y hacer risibles los tabúes. Con humor podemos hablar de casi todo: del sexo o de la muerte. Entonces, si el hum...
Inteligencia Artificial: ¿Por qué ahora? | Andrés Torrubia | TEDxUPValència
Views 4023 days ago
La inteligencia artificial existe desde hace décadas pero ha sido en los últimos años cuando ha logrado resultados notables en problemas como la clasificación de imágenes, diagnóstico médico o conducción autónoma. ¿Qué ha pasado para que la inteligencia artificial -en concreto con las redes neuronales- empiecen a funcionar ahora? Andrés Torrubia nos llevará de viaje desde el año 1992 hasta hoy ...
Dialogue in the Dark || Date with Darkness | S V Krishnan | TEDxSIUNashik
Views 4313 days ago
Mr. Krishnan has conceptualized India's Innovative National corporate social movement to empower 1,00,000 Persons with Disabilities with self-employment opportunities. The founder of the ingenious initiative, “Dialogue of the Dark” Mr.Krishnan will be speaking on the caveats of the unseen ability and skills of the PwDs. Dialogue in the Dark aims to remove the traditional barriers that limit the...
Self Love in the times of Social Media | Roshni Chopra | TEDxXIE
Views 2.1K3 days ago
In a time where most of us are glued to our screens, it’s important to practice healthy virtual lives. Self-love is one of the most important things to keep us protected from the ill effects that social media comparisons can have on one's mental health. Roshni shares her perspective and easy #socialmedia habits which will lead to a happier more productive life on and off the devices. Roshni Cho...
Challenge the Prevailing Real & Redefine Reality | Sonal Goel | TEDxXIE
Views 9893 days ago
IAS Sonal Goel thinks beyond stereotypes. She says she dared to dream, defied the conventional and went on to make a difference - not only by getting into the IAS - but also by constantly challenging the prevailing real. Her last 12 years of public service have been dotted with remarkable interventions. She also talks about how pivotal is Vibrant Young India & Gender Parity in Redefining Realit...
Always Believe in Yourself | Siddhartha Jadhav | TEDxXIE
Views 2.4K3 days ago
Siddhartha, a superstar of the Marathi industry talks about what is the reality and fantasy of his journey to becoming an actor. He speaks about his struggling period where he was teased on his looks and how he conquered them all through a positive attitude and became a well-known actor in India. Siddhartha Jadhav is a well-known Marathi theatre and film actor. He is in the film industry for th...
Adopting Systems Thinking and Design Thinking to solve daily problems | Pragya Saboo | TEDxXIE
Views 1.1K3 days ago
Pragya introduces systems thinking and design thinking and explains the power of using both the philosophies together. Systems thinking and design thinking should be leveraged to solve not only problems at work/school but also the problems we face in our daily lives! Pragya Saboo is a Product Manager at Oscar Health, New York. She's also the founder of PROJECT XXI. She is passionate about Tech,...
Organic Waste is Not Trash! | Inda Aung Soe | TEDxYangon
Views 3743 days ago
Inda is one of the three co-founders of Bokashi Myanmar which promotes the message that organic waste is not trash. He conducts training and educational sessions for students, gardeners, hotels, schools, NGOs and companies to highlight the importance of soil and food waste recycling. He graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Buddhism Studies, and attended further studies in Nature and Farming and...
It's Criminal to not have a Plan | Vaibhav Prabhune | TEDxXIE
Views 7743 days ago
Everyone has a dream, and we really would want to give our best of efforts to make that dream come true! Vaibhav being an entrepreneur, learned throughout his journey that, dream becomes reality only when you put up a strategic plan in place, to achieve that dream! Thus, it is NOT ok to not have a plan, if you really want to redefine your reality! Vaibhav Prabhune is the Founder & CEO, Kikito &...
Prenez le temps d'aller vite | Perrine Le Goff | TEDxUSMBAnnecy
Views 2343 days ago
Découvrez avec Perrine comment gérer votre temps Plus de 10 ans d’expérience : depuis 2012 consultante formatrice et enseignante USMB, 5 ans chez Adecco en tant que responsable technologies client et directrice d’agence, 3 ans formatrice pour la Chambre de Métiers et de l’Artisanat de la Haute Savoie. A noter, ma participation très active à la création du 9ème département de l'IUT d'Annecy Carr...
The give and take of Social Media | Batzaya Sed | TEDxDarkhan
Views 3093 days ago
In this powerful talk from TEDxDarkhan, journalist, BatzayaSed describes the expanding struggle of social phobia and out of hand obsession to self-disclosure and been liked by social media, and asks: Are we taking or giving morethan you think to social media? She argues thatSelf-disclosure on social networking sites can be incredibly damaging, more common than people think, and should be talked...
How Real is Your Reality? | Geetika Saigal | TEDxXIE
Views 3.9K3 days ago
Sometimes, reality is not obvious; not so obvious on the outside, but hidden on the inside. In this candid & thought-provoking talk, Geetika Saigal, Amazon No.1 Bestselling Author, 5 X TEDx Speaker & Multi Award-winning Business Coach, shares with us 3 heartfelt stories from her life, that had the power to not only dramatically impact her life and but also unveil to her ‘what reality really is’...
Found the happiness yet? | Yeruu Dorjderem | TEDxDarkhan
Views 5643 days ago
Have you found happiness yet? As a career coach, EruuDorjderem argues that the power of pursuing your passion can be the formula to the lifelong happiness. She observes society often pushes a subtle message with a University degree and: Work hard, become successful, and then you’ll be happy. We hear it from our parents, teachers and employers. But...is it really working now? Yeruu Dorjderem is ...
Social Syndrome | Ganzorig Vanchig | TEDxDarkhan
Views 2823 days ago
Social Syndrome What does the term Social Syndrome mean? How far are we from embracing our differences of opinion, race, color, sexual preferences, religion and disability? As a social entrepreneur Ganzorig Vanchig points out in this passionately reasoned talk, the vital role that Special Olympics plays in changing attitudes towards Down Syndrome and the intellectual disability to permit full s...
Creating Opportunity on the Runway - Modelz of Distinction | Modelz Of Distinction | TEDxTowsonU
Views 6814 days ago
Modelz of Distinction at Towson University is a modeling team focused on maintaining their brand of excellence through professionally executed fashion shows, involvement on campus, and community service. They actively bring together those interested in fashion design, makeup, print work, photography, and videography, specializing in runway and choreographed performances. Not only are the basics...
Health4Moz - solidariedade médica em Moçambique | Carla Rego | TEDxPortoSalon
Views 3954 days ago
A Carla Rêgo é médica pediatra num hospital portuense e há alguns anos criou a Health4Moz, uma iniciativa sem fins lucrativos para ajudar a formar médicos em Moçambique, o país em que nasceu. Em março de 2019 o furacão Idai atingiu a Beira, no centro do país, e destruiu muitas infraestruturas, incluindo o seu hospital, que serve mais de 9 milhões de pessoas na região central. De forma muito bre...
ColorADD, Os símbolos que incluem cores | Miguel Neiva | TEDxPortoSalon
Views 1274 days ago
O Miguel Neiva é designer e criou um sistema gráfico de identificação de cores para pessoas que sofrem de daltonismo. Esta inovação iniciada no Porto está a chegar cada vez mais longe e o Miguel vem partilhar o impacto que esta tem tido nas vidas de milhares de pessoas. O Miguel nasceu em 1969, no Porto, e é empreendedor social e fellow Ashoka. Criou o ColorADD, um código pioneiro que traz a ce...
Medicina Humanitária | Gustavo Carona | TEDxPortoSalon
Views 2824 days ago
O Gustavo é um médico voluntário e já passou por muitos dos recentes cenários de guerra, do Afeganistão ao Congo, da República Central Africana ao Yemen. Nesta talk vem partilhar alguns dos episódios que mais o marcaram e o tornaram na pessoa que é. Gustavo Carona tem percorrido o mundo para levar cuidados médicos a quem mais precisa. Licenciado pela Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade do Por...
Code-Switching to Navigate the World Around Us | Jaellin King | TEDxTowsonU
Views 2224 days ago
Jaellin King's Talk poses the question: How can other languages/dialects positively impact how people navigate the world around them? Through the linguistic phenomenon of code-switching, Jaellin believes that within a community as diverse as Towson University, educators and students alike must be fluent in more than one standard of language to be able to effectively communicate within one anoth...
STEM Plus: It Takes More Than we Thought | Tobin Porterfield | TEDxTowsonU
Views 1044 days ago
Tobin Porterfield believes that our educational culture push for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math falls flat when students lack the skills to communicate, collaborate, and engage in their organizations. A broad set of professional skills are required to successfully use STEM knowledge in today's complex global economy. This Talk seeks to provide a better understanding of the breadth of...
Civil Disagreement: A Dying Art | Jordan DeVeaux | TEDxTowsonU
Views 4944 days ago
Jordan DeVeaux's ideas about a better approach to civil disagreement are sparked by the way in which the true goal of correction of an individual, to educate, is often lost. The binary structure of American politics, once known as red and blue, has shape-shifted into the haves and the have-nots. Both parties believe that their perspective is the only valid viewpoint. If individuals master the a...
It's Okay to be a Functional Hot Mess | Shavise Glascoe | TEDxTowsonU
Views 5964 days ago
We're all too hard on ourselves. Many of us are dissatisfied with our current lives, which then turns into negative self-talk and increased pressure to be "perfect." With that in mind, Shavise Glascoe talks about real ways to approach life and the journey to being a better you, whether you're coming to terms with the times when you drive away with your mug on the roof of your car, run out of th...
Don't Dis' My Ability | Lauren Schifter | TEDxTowsonU
Views 4594 days ago
What comes to mind when you think of working side by side with an individual with a disability, especially when it's someone you care about? Through the lens of her own lived and professional experiences, Lauren Schifter delivers a powerful talk about the lives of the neurodiverse, and advocating for them amidst the challenges they face. Lauren is a full-time graduate student and assistant at T...
Rethinking Abilities: Inclusion in High School | Bud Strudhoff & Hannah Humes | TEDxMasonHighSchool
Views 2074 days ago
Despite having Down Syndrome, Hannah Humes is so much like a typical teen and seeks to be included in typical teenage activities as much as possible. In this talk, Bud touches very briefly on what DS is and focuses on the easy ways to include others and learn from others as a way to rethink what it means to have an intellectual disability. Bud Strudthoff is an 11th grade intervention specialist...
Spoken Dish: Finding Culture, Identity, and Voice | Nikki Wilson & Rory Flynn | TEDxMasonHighSchool
Views 2284 days ago
The rituals and symbolism associated with food have deep cultural significance; however, in a rapidly changing, technology-driven world, individuals may often overlook the significance of a simple meal as a means of truly understanding oneself or the world. Through this talk, Nichole Wilson, a former Fulbright Scholar, and Advanced Placement English Literature Reader, Mentor, and Consultant at ...
You-trophication: Cleaning our Dirty Water with Something Dirty | Ann Duong | TEDxUNBC
Views 2374 days ago
Water is life - but much of the world’s drinking water is contaminated. What if we could change that. Ann explores a new technique of purification that relies on the earth itself. Ann is a UNBC alumni with a Bachelor Honours degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. She joined the Northern Analytical Laboratory Service in the summer of 2018 where she works with an awesome team of individual...
Is this Millenial kid really telling ME to get off my phone? | Brittany Doncaster | TEDxUNBC
Views 3914 days ago
Brittany covers the evolution of the stress response and how stress is changing in the digital age. Mental Health and Addictions Clinician, Brittany Doncaster, received a BSc in Psychology at UNBC and is currently working toward a MA in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University. After completing her undergraduate degree, Brittany fell happily into the clinical setting, where her passion fo...
How to build better buildings | Guido Wimmers | TEDxUNBC
Views 2524 days ago
The method of construction and design in North America has not changed much in the past 100 years. Guido examines the reasons why this needs to change, and argues for a new approach which can keep up with more demanding energy efficiency requirements. Dr. Guido Wimmers is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Master of Engineering in Integrated Wood Design program at the University of Norther...
Education: the Wonder Engine | Lisa Dickson | TEDxUNBC
Views 2944 days ago
How does jumping out of a plane answer the question: “What is Education?” Education is a Wonder Engine, a place of transformation that prepares us to meet our future selves. Lisa Dickson is an Associate Professor of Renaissance Literature in the English department at UNBC. As a 3M National Teaching Fellow, she dedicates a lot of her time to thinking about teaching and learning, and to supportin...
The Unwanted Forest | James Steidle | TEDxUNBC
Views 1584 days ago
Trembling Aspen forests are one of the most widely distributed forest types in Canada, but it’s often considered a pest. Would we look at these unwanted forests differently if we knew they can reduce wildfire, sequester more carbon, and support more wildlife? James Steidle grew up south of Prince George in the bush. In his youth he worked as a treeplanter and at Clear Lake Sawmills. After recei...
Intelligent Diversity | Reeanna Bradley | TEDxUNBC
Views 2864 days ago
Reeanna’s talk explores the incredible powers of data to reinforce social inequity or liberate us from bias. She invites deliberate co-creation of artificial intelligence by outlining interventions for computer people, policy wonks, and the rest of us. Reeanna Bradley is a diversity and inclusion consultant working with software engineers across multiple industries. She facilitates trainings an...
The Growing Fear of Science | Ronny Priefer | TEDxUNBC
Views 1.3K4 days ago
Ronny will explore the current trend of the fear of science and scientific claims, what the causes might be, and what this trend means for society. Dr. Ronny Priefer performed his doctoral work at McGill University focused on organic and polymer chemistry after obtaining his BSc in Chemistry from the University of Northern British Columbia. He next had the opportunity to work in two industrial ...
Indigenous Languages Raises Us All Up | Edosdi - Judy Thompson | TEDxUNBC
Views 3574 days ago
The Tahltan language teaches me who I am. It connects me to the heart & soul of my Ancestors through our culture, worldview & land. The language contains the philosophy of how our people are to live with & treat others & how the world fits together. Located in northern BC, our territory is the only place on Earth that Tahltan is spoken. Edōsdi / Judy Thompson is a member of the Tahltan Nation a...
The Choreography of Communication: Movement and Social Engagement | Shelby Richardson | TEDxUNBC
Views 6284 days ago
We often don’t think of our bodies, but dancers do. Through a sensorial experience, Shelby will examine how movement is a corner stone of human communication and engagement. Shelby Richardson is a choreographer, curator and designer located in Prince George, BC. Shelby first completed a BFA in Criticism in Curatorial Practice from the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto. She then went ...
What if we reimagined authority? | Ryan Berg | TEDxMasonHighSchool
Views 1594 days ago
If authority is the capacity for meaningful action and vulnerability is the exposure to meaningful risk, humanity's typical inclination is to move toward authority to avoid vulnerability. But what if authority is reimagined on behalf of the most vulnerable - those trafficked for sex? What if instead of being in opposition, authority and vulnerability coalesced, and the result was a place of tru...
Décryptage du monde hip-hop | Milady Lubrano | TEDxUSMBJacobBellecombette
Views 1363 days ago
Milady décrypte pour nous le monde du hip hop J'ai travaillé dans différents musées (Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalynia en stage de fin d'étude, musée de la Grande Chartreuse, musée départemental de la Bresse...). Après avoir travaillé à la DRAC Rhône-Alpes, j'ai changé de direction vers les finances publiques. Je suis aujourd'hui coordinatrice budgétaire à la direction des finances de la ville ...
My Journey of Udaan | Richi Jain | TEDxIIMSirmaur
Views 2694 days ago
Ms. Richi Jain revealed how the theme and Engagement videos of TEDxIIMSirmaur helped her connect to “Udaan” and its meaning. She explained how she took a leap of faith, quitting her job as a CA and explored the social media world covering fashion, beauty, travel, and fitness. Ms. Richi Jain is a Chartered Accountant and a Social Media Influencer. Primarily a content creator, whose professional ...
Jack of all trades, Master of all | Sahiba Bali | TEDxIIMSirmaur
Views 1424 days ago
Ms. Sahiba Bali pondered on how to inspire people who are already an inspiration to others. She laid out her life story on how she dealt with her movie shoots, research, and graduation, all at the same time juggling between gym, job, and auditions. She concluded by requoting, “jack of all trades, master of all.” Ms. Sahiba Bali is an actor with a corporate career. She started acting at the age ...
A Hunter - Gatherer in the age of Intelligent Devices | Dr. Gopichand Katragadda | TEDxIIMSirmaur
Views 474 days ago
Dr. Gopichand Katragadda wanted to take us all on a flight of reality on the back of a bird named “Artificial Intelligence (AI)”. He stated that AI Is a small piece of human intelligence which we are trying to implement mathematically and that understanding of neural networks was essential for this. He concluded by saying that AI is here to change things, and it is on us to make the change posi...
Dare To Fly | Aditi Tyagi | TEDxIIMSirmaur
Views 1504 days ago
Ms. Aditi Tyagi, a media professional, began by taking the example of Kobe Bryant and his training routines and emphasising how extraordinary success comes with extraordinary efforts which garnered great applause from the audience. She said that the journey of Aditi the reporter started with a golf assignment as a sports reporter. Ms. Aditi Tyagi has more than 18 years of experience in Media an...
Thanks to My Dyshidrosis | Helen Spahn | TEDxIIMSirmaur
Views 1094 days ago
Ms. Helen Spahn (Tak Hye-kyoung) started off with a Namaste to the crowd. She attributed her life journey to three powers: the power of positivity, the power of community, and the power of travel. She explained how she overcame her limitations and sickness through the above and helped a large online community of people suffering from the same disease through online spaces and forums. Helen Spah...
Success is an over-rated syndrome | Kirat Damani | TEDxIIMSirmaur
Views 914 days ago
Mr. Kirat Damani told the story of his journey of being a cricketer, a solicitor, recovering from an autoimmune disease, to what he is now. He professed that relating happiness to success is irrelevant and that we derive joy and peace in perpetuity through what we do. Mr. Kirat Damani is the Managing Partner of the law firm A.C.Damani & Advocates. A Corporate and Property lawyer by profession, ...
Hacmi Olan Her Şeyin Bir Ruhu Vardır | Ayfer Bozkurt | TEDxIstanbul
Views 3954 days ago
Ayfer Bozkurt, doğadan ilham alarak başladığı resim serüveniyle birlikte, onu "Şalvarlı Picasso" olmaya götüren süreci bizlerle paylaşıyor. "Hacmi olan her şeyin bir ruhu olduğunu, onları resimlerimde konu ettiğimde anladım" diyen Bozkurt, dünyaya bakış açışımızın farklı olması gerektiğini bizlere hatırlatıyor. Ankara ilinin Kazan ilçesine bağlı Tekke köyünde 1979 tarihinde doğdu. İlkokulu köyü...
The Vaccine to End War | Lena Slachmuijlder | TEDxOudMetha
Views 1754 days ago
In this talk, Lena explores the tools that each one of us has in order to put an end to war, strife, and conflict. Over the 19 years of her career at Search for Common Ground, she has trained hundreds of journalists, artists and peacebuilders on all continents, and has innovated creative approaches to building peace, including reality TV, participatory theater, mobile cinema and radio game show...
Öğrenmeyi öğrenmek | Emrah Safa Gürkan | TEDxIstanbul
Views 56K4 days ago
Emrah Safa Gürkan, öğrenme sürecimizi kişisel gelişim kitaplarına devretme meylinde olduğumuz bu çağda, nasıl doğru şekilde öğrenebileceğimizi anlatıyor; "Öğrendikçe cahilleştiğinizi kabul ettiğiniz zaman daha çok öğrenirsiniz" diyen Gürkan, nasıl öğreneceğimizi kavradığımızda hem dünyayı algılamamız hem de kendimizle ve çevremizle olan ilişkimiz daha iyi hale gelir” diyor ve ekliyor; “çünkü 'ö...
How to turn a hobby into your career? | Ider Uugan Ganbat | TEDxDarkhan
Views 2754 days ago
Join Ider Uugan Ganbat who is a NBA analyst and commentator as he talks about how it is possible to overcome challenges and transform weaknesses into strengths. He shares his inspiring story of how he followed his passion which was a hobby but then turned into him becoming a successful entrepreneur and sports journalist for his career. I am the creative director at Gardi Management LLC, marketi...
The Song that Disarmed an Army | Nyein Chan Aung | TEDxYangon
Views 3394 days ago
Nyein Chan Aung has been designing products professionally since 2005 and has won over 12 major design awards for products in aerospace, healthcare and camping. In 2018, Nyein completed his PhD in Industrial Design. His work looked into improving the in-flight sleep of economy class passengers through the design of the aircraft cabin. Nyein is currently a Senior Design Researcher at Monash Univ...
Self-care to Family Care | Phyo Phyo Aung | TEDxYangon
Views 864 days ago
Su Zar Mon is Co-founder of Reach Out Myanmar psychological and consultancy services that aims to provide affordable and accessible quality mental health services in Myanmar. Driven by her passion to serve humanity, she took the first step to become a counselling psychologist in (2009). With the training that she received from internationally recognized institutes in Thailand and the US, Su has...
Youth & Myanmar Traditional Music | Htet Akar | TEDxYangon
Views 824 days ago
Htet Arkar grew up in a fine arts environment with a family of musicians. During the 2000s, he competed in a national competition, the Myanmar Traditional Cultural Arts and Performances, where he was awarded 21 gold medals. He is a Master of Arts, specialising in music candidate at the Yangon National University of Arts and Culture (NUAC). He has participated and performed in international and ...
Motourlogue Returns | Motourlogue Diaries | TEDxYangon
Views 704 days ago
Born in Taunggyi, Shan State, Myanmar, Sai Zom Pha is a media and design practitioner specializing in TV broadcasting and digital media design. During his free time, he helps run his family café in Taunggyi, takes care of his cats, and customizes his motorbikes. Zom was the Host and Organiser of the first Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride in Taunggyi in 2017 and the 2nd event in Bagan, Myanmar. Bo...
Why Digital Transformation is all about the People | Mike Phone Myint | TEDxYangon
Views 704 days ago
Mike Phone Myint has been obsessed with computers and technology since young and learned his first programming language in his early teens. He is known to be the “fixer” by his peers and friends; he loves to solve problems of various sizes, from printer jams to customer experience journey of digital loan applications. Mike has the idealistic goal of transforming Myanmar to be a better country -...
Shedding the yoke of traditional leadership in Myanmar | Khin-Sandi Lwin | TEDxYangon
Views 1454 days ago
After 35 years with the United Nations working in over 10 countries with 3 assignments as Representative, KhinSandi Lwin is pursuing her passion for fostering gender equality. She applies a gendered leadership development approach for women and men drawn from experience as a senior manager and from management and leadership trainings she received. She has conducted leadership retreats since 200...
Why Alternate History Matters | Naing Lin Kyaw | TEDxYangon
Views 754 days ago
Naing Lin Kyaw is an intellectually curious gamer as well as a game designer. He graduated from the Myanmar Maritime University specializing in Marine Engineering. He looks up to figures such as John Green & Neil deGrasse Tyson who have inspired him to love art, science, math and history. He co-founded a board game publishing company, Burmah Games, and is currently making a card game set in the...
Rurality as a Future of Myanmar | Wilson John Barbon | TEDxYangon
Views 1384 days ago
Wilson has more than 20 years of experience in rural development. He is passionate about people-centered, locally-managed and transformative approaches to addressing issues of rural people. He is currently the Country Director of the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) in Myanmar. He is Filipino but has been working in Myanmar since 2014. He grew up in a southern city of Dava...
Updating the Definition of a "Good Girl" | Khin Su Sandi Myint | TEDxYangon
Views 3394 days ago
Khin Su Sandi Myint (Sarah) graduated with a Bachelor Degree in English, and has attended further studies in Liberal Arts and Sciences at Parami Institute. A self-motivated Burmese Indian raised in Aunglan Township, she found that there were many barriers for girls to achieve their dreams while she was finding her own road map. She is an active supporter of gender equality and has participated ...
Turning Adversity Into Opportunity and Beauty | Htein Lin | TEDxYangon
Views 7974 days ago
Htein Lin is an artist, writer and former comic actor. Having spent almost seven years in jail, he has developed artistic practices using available materials at hand. The inspiration for his work includes Buddhism and human rights. To reveal his story about being in the jail, he created the installation “A Show Hands”. He has also highlighted discriminatory attitudes towards Burmese women throu...
Choosing our Own Path, Daring to Set our Own Example | Alakesh Chetia | TEDxYangon
Views 2554 days ago
Alakesh Chetia is an engineer turned entrepreneur and Vipassana meditator. After building successful businesses in Silicon Valley, California over a span of 25 years and getting fired twice from companies that valued profit over people, Alakesh came to Myanmar to build a business that will serve the unserved. His fondness for Myanmar began when he learned Vipassana meditation as taught in Myanm...
An Hour a Day | Nyunt Nyunt Ho | TEDxYangon
Views 1444 days ago
Nyunt Nyunt Ho is an engineer, writer and changemaker. She was born and raised in Myanmar and graduated from the University of Yangon with B.S. Chemistry and later earned her MBA from the University of Phoenix. She has been working at Seagate Technology since 1997 in the US, and is a R&D engineer and a brand ambassador. She spends her free time writing educational articles for women and girls i...
УКРАЇНСЬКА КУЛЬТУРА - ЦЕ ВАМ НЕ ШАРОВАРИ! | Роман Гаман | TEDxVechirniyBlvd
Views 774 days ago
UA: Роман Гаман - рок-музикант, мультиінструменталіст, вокаліст гурту “РояльКіт”, що грає український ф’южн-фолк, - розповідає навіть трошки співає про те, як українську культуру намагалися загнати в рамки “шароварництва”, а також про те, чи потрібна якісна українська музика на лінії фронту. Тож приготуйтеся до магічної подорож нескінченними стежками української культури. *Під час виступу були...
Using Community Action to help solve the Climate Crisis | Darya Guettler | TEDxMIT
Views 1424 days ago
How can individuals take on an issue as daunting as climate change? Can communities that want to get involved affect change in the complex world of climate policy? This talk addresses one potential way in which you can actively make a difference on a community level and translate that seamlessly on to a global scale. We discuss the power of money and collective action in changing minds, and how...
Sourcing Water: A struggle for most Africans | Christelle Kwizera | TEDxALURwanda
Views 644 days ago
Christelle reflects on her work through INUMA with making clean and safe water accessible for Rwandans. She answers the questions; what happens after a water pump is installed in a community? How is INUMA doing something disruptive and different? Christelle Kwizera, 25, is a Rwandan mechanical engineer and social entrepreneur. In 2014, Christelle founded Water Access Rwanda, an award-winning in...
7 perspectives towards a better mental health. | Nupur Dhakephalkar | TEDxVITPune
Views 3.4K5 days ago
Life can be seen as a vast spectrum of events and experiences. Every personality is unique and hence it becomes very essential to comprehend techniques to understand the psychological difficulties we face. These difficulties are multifaceted and cannot be thought of or dealt with in dichotomies. So, in order to understand our personality and to help cope with the psychological difficulties, Nup...
Bring Your Emotions To Work! | Bethany J. Adams | TEDxVillanovaU
Views 1K5 days ago
Bethany is a native Texan with a background in psychology, organizational management, and human resources. She currently teaches in the Graduate Programs in HR Development at Villanova University. Her talks, titled "Bring Your Emotions To Work!", she explains how emotions can help us to make better, more human, decisions in the workplace. Bethany is a native Texan with a background in psycholog...
Breaking the Media's Desensitization Cycle | Allison Bajada | TEDxVillanovaU
Views 1.9K5 days ago
Allison is a freshman at Villanova University. She is a native New Yorker but was born in Gozo, an island of the Maltese archipelago. She is passionate about theater and is excited about the opportunity to share her idea worth spreading. Her talk, titled "Breaking the Media's Desensitization Cycle," explains how the incessant violence seen in our 24-hour news cycle has desensitized us to traged...
Remembering Humanity in Immigration Narratives | Isabel Forward & Janel Sevilla | TEDxVillanovaU
Views 6465 days ago
Isabel is currently an undergraduate student majoring in English and Education with minors in Spanish, Peace and Justice, and Latin American Studies. She is applying to law school in the fall. Isabel will present alongside Janel Sevilla, a junior at Villanova. The title of their talk is "Remembering Humanity in Immigration Narratives." They demonstrate how memory and empathy can change narrativ...
Re-Engineering Humanity in the 21st Century | Brett Frischmann | TEDxVillanovaU
Views 3445 days ago
Brett Frischmann joined Villanova as The Charles Widger Endowed University Professor in Law, Business and Economics, in 2017. In this new role, Professor Frischmann promotes cross-campus research, programming and collaboration; fosters high-visibility academic pursuits at the national and international levels; has the ability to teach across the University; and will position Villanova as a thou...
MeToo And Mass Incarceration | Jill McCorkel | TEDxVillanovaU
Views 8K5 days ago
Dr. McCorkel is a Professor of Sociology and Criminology at Villanova University and founder of the Philadelphia Justice Project for Women and Girls. She is recognized as a leading expert on issues related to gender and incarceration, and is the author of Breaking Women: Gender, Race, and the New Politics of Imprisonment. Jill discusses how the Me Too movement exposed the ways that sexual assau...
Considering the YOLO Perspective | Justin Pritikin | TEDxVillanovaU
Views 2.8K5 days ago
Justin Pritikin is a Villanova sophomore and cancer survivor from New Egypt, New Jersey. He is involved with many groups on campus, most notably the Villanova Men's Basketball team. His talk, titled "Considering the YOLO Perspective," insists that it should not take a near death experience to see through the noise and understand what is truly important. Justin Pritikin is a Villanova sophomore ...
Getting Intimate With Yourself 愛的能力:把「魅力」變成你的超能力 | Skimmy Wang | TEDxNeihu
Views 7684 days ago
SKimmy is an author, blogger, TVclipr, and relationship expert. She will be speaking about interpersonal communication and how that allows you to build a healthier relationship with yourself, friends, and loved ones. SKimmy is an author, blogger, TVclipr, and relationship expert. She will be speaking about interpersonal communication and how that allows you to build a healthier relationship wit...
What are you learning from others? | Dr. Christopher Lewis | TEDxMasonHighSchool
Views 6135 days ago
In this compelling talk, Chris Lewis discusses his personal experience as a humanitarian and doctor working in Africa. He relays his lessons that people in need of assistance can do more than just receive service they can teach those giving aid as well. Christopher Lewis, MD is a native of Cincinnati whose work revolves around service to others. He is a family physician for UC Health and Associ...
Conquering Your Negativity Bias for a More Human Life | Chris Bragança | TEDxVillanovaU
Views 3805 days ago
Chris is a junior biochemistry major from Southern Maryland. He loves playing pool and soccer, and doing biochemistry research. His talk, titled "Conquering Your Negativity Bias for a More Human Life," looks at the neuroscience behind the brain's negativity bias and how conquering this bias can lead to a more human life. Chris is a junior biochemistry major from Southern Maryland. He loves play...
Lawyers Are Trained To Break the Law! | Virginia Warren | TEDxDocklands
Views 3764 days ago
These novel times are reminding us of the value of real human connection. Virginia Warren, aka The Zen Lawyer, is a Lawyer and qualified Yoga Instructor who considers that the legal system is broken. She asserts that current lawyer training, which supports a ‘win-lose’ model, is failing humanity. This model, she jokes, should really be referred to as a ‘lose-lose’ model, as it separates familie...
Neither Here Nor There | Farah Yasmeen Shaikh | TEDxLosGatosHighSchool
Views 3485 days ago
Farah Yasmeen Shaikh is a renowned dancer - one of the many parts of her identity. In this talk she examines cultural code switching across continents or how to create a sense of belonging while taking part in multiple cultures. Farah Yasmeen Shaikh is an international kathak artist - a renowned performer, choreographer and instructor, and Founder/Director of Noorani Dance. Farah is known for h...
Interrupted Sleep: College Students Sleeping with Technology | Elizabeth B. Dowdell | TEDxVillanovaU
Views 3345 days ago
Elizabeth B. Dowdell, PhD, RN, FAAN, a professor in the M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing at Villanova University, has made significant and sustained contributions as a nursing researcher and advocate for vulnerable children, particularly children who have experienced significant trauma or display high-risk behaviors. Her pioneering research has explored the interrelationships among vari...
Narcissistic To Nice | Dale Sidebottom | TEDxDocklands
Views 2.6K4 days ago
As humans, our workloads are becoming more and more demanding, which means stress, anxiety and burnout are on the rise. In this busy, 24/7 world our natural instinct is to give, give, give. We give to our career, our family, our future. But this often means that we neglect our most valuable asset, ourselves. From burnout and subsequently hitting rock bottom, Dale shares his journey from narciss...
Comment mieux travailler en équipe ? | Jade Schwab-Garuz | TEDxUSMBJacobBellecombette
Views 1564 days ago
L'importance de l'efficacité relationnelle dans la performance en entreprise (équipe, leadership, gestion des conflits, changement)- Méthode Insights Discovery (les couleurs et les types de personnalités) Après avoir eu diverses expériences en entreprise autour de fonctions commerciales, marketing, et de formation, j'ai accompagné pendant 3 ans des réseaux de cabinets vétérinaires indépendants....
What Do You Want To Be Known For? | John Di Natale | TEDxDocklands
Views 7364 days ago
The expectations that guide your decision-making are either working for you, or working against you. Can this one seemingly simple question help you find your true purpose? John Di Natale is a keynote speaker, author, and mentor who has been educating and empowering people for more than 20 years across thirteen countries. John loves working with people on things that really matter - understandi...
Diversity & Women in Artificial Intelligence (AI) | Caroline Chavier | TEDxKanke
Views 6294 days ago
"Instead of thinking about why the situation was what it was, we acted." The Fourth Industrial Revolution is happening and it can’t happen without women! Yet, 3% of the Nobel Prizes in Science are women and 12% of the researchers in Machine Learning are women. Caroline Chavier, Paris WiMLDS Founder, shares actionable items to improve diversity in Machine Learning (and even beyond). Ms. Caroline...
Fear Hacking | Sloan Sheridan-Williams | TEDxUniversityofKentMedway
Views 9765 days ago
In this talk, Sloan helps listeners understand the mechanism of fear. She makes sense of fear by suggesting that like any building, fear requires four walls to balance the roof it puts above your head. Sloan goes on to introduce fear hacks in order to empower her listeners to reset the old and unleash the biggest version of themselves within. Sloan Sheridan-Williams is a talented celebrity life...
НОРВЕГІЯ ЗМОГЛА. ЧИ ЗМОЖЕ УКРАЇНА? | Дарія Гурова-Сулхейм | TEDxVechirniyBlvd
Views 1465 days ago
UA: Дарія Гурова-Сулхейм жила, училась працювала у Кривому Роз та Львові, а останн 2 роки - у норвезькому містечку Фьоуске. Вивчаючи минуле й сьогодення Норвегії, Дарія знайшла багато моментів, що пов’язують Україну цю скандинавську країну, а також паралелей, як очевидн в історії наших держав. Але Норвегії вдалося з бідної аграрної країни із суворим кліматом перетворитися на одну з найуспішні...
How to Defeat Fear | Author Sherry | TEDxYouth@BBS
Views 4005 days ago
this is a step by step guide on the topic overcoming fear in the light if the speaker's experiences. This talk is important as we see many people become restricted by their fear in recent times to follow what they truly want to do. Author Sherry: Renowned Public Speaking Coach in India Founder, President MS Talks India Author of 3 books Professional Speaker 2 times TEDx Speaker 3 times Josh Tal...
The Environmental & Social Impact of Sand Mining | Sumaira Abdulali | TEDxSIUNashik
Views 1535 days ago
Ms. Sumaira is an environmentalist from Mumbai and the founder of the NGO, Awaaz Foundation. Through legal interventions and public campaigns, notably noise pollution and sand mining she has won national and international awards for her work. She also set up the first network for the protection of activists in India after an attack on her by the sand mafia in 2004. She has been referred to as "...
The Art that is Language | Sunil Khandbahale | TEDxSIUNashik
Views 1575 days ago
According to statistics, the second most spoken language in the world in English. But the irony is, the language from which English originated is now extinct. So how do languages die? The most common way in which a language dies is when communities become bilingual and gradually shift their allegiance to their second language. Mr. Khandbahale is an alumnus of MIT Sloan School of Management, Mas...
The Union of Sufi and Kathak, the Dance and Songs of Courtesan | Manjari Chaturvedi | TEDxSIUNashik
Views 2705 days ago
Ms. Manjari, the leading exponent of classical dance Kathak in India, is an unusual dancer in the field of performing arts. Manjari has extensively worked on gender-sensitive subjects through her medium of dance. She re-lives traditions in a modern context, at times reliving an era that has been lost to time and creating that ecstatic dance of mystical surrender. She has been part of the Sufi S...
Unheard, Unknown & Unseen Cyber-crimes | Ritesh Bhatia | TEDxSIUNashik
Views 2295 days ago
Mr. Ritesh is a Cybersecurity consultant and a well known Cybercrime Investigator. He is the founder of V4WEB cybersecurity services. He is popularly known for his Cybercrime Investigations and has been successful in solving many cases for corporates, law enforcement agencies and individuals in India and abroad. He has been a distinguished speaker at many national and international conferences ...
Healthcare in India || The Seen and The Unseen | Seema Avasarala | TEDxSIUNashik
Views 2355 days ago
Ms. Seema a true entrepreneur at heart has always thought of technology as a tool to bring accessibility in healthcare thereby creating an ecosystem that encourages well-being. Through her venture OyeHelp, she hopes to create a platform by providing easy-to-use E-clinics for Health professionals. Ms. Seema a true entrepreneur at heart has always thought of technology as a tool to bring accessib...
Towards a Brave New Agenda of Action | Vithal Nadkarni | TEDxSIUNashik
Views 2045 days ago
“There is no limit to the power of the human mind, the more concentrated it is, the more power is brought to bear on one point.” These words of wisdom are rightly said by Swami Vivekanand. This quote aptly summarises the talk Mr. Vithal Nadkarni intends to give. He writes the Cosmic Uplink column for The Economic Times edit page. With his experience of working for over three decades with some o...
MIT Asian Dance Team | MIT Asian Dance Team | TEDxMIT
Views 2065 days ago
The MIT Asian Dance Team is a student organization established in 2009 to spread the culture and love of East Asian dance, from classical and ethnic Chinese dances to modern Korean, Japanese, and Chinese pop. ADT currently has over 250 members consisting of MIT students and affiliates. For more information, check out our website at adt.mit.edu or our Instagram @mitasiandanceteam. Watch them per...
MIT Resonance at TEDxMIT | MIT Resonance | TEDxMIT
Views 985 days ago
MIT Resonance is a co-ed a cappella group at MIT, whose mission is to explore the fine art of covering contemporary music hits of varying popularity armed only with our wits and a pitch pipe! Enjoy this video of us performing at TEDxMIT in December 2019. A special shout-out to senior Jenn Lu for her moving speech on the importance of doing work to fight climate change! This talk was given at a ...
MIT Bhangra at TEDxMIT | MIT Bhangra | TEDxMIT
Views 4685 days ago
We are a group of individuals from MIT and the Boston area who love Bhangra and are dedicated to exhibiting the energy and excitement that comes with it! Bhangra is a high-energy and upbeat folk dance from the state of Punjab in Northern India. It has grown in style and popularity over the years and today bhangra is celebrated on an international, competitive circuit. This talk was given at a T...
Do acaso nasce o sonho | João Carvalho | TEDxGuimarães
Views 665 days ago
João talks about how challenges sometimes help us go further and do better, even when everything seems lost. João Carvalho é Diretor da Ritmos e Sócio da Pic-Nic Produções, duas das principais e mais prestigiadas produtoras nacionais de eventos. Há 26 anos fundou, juntamente com um grupo de amigos, um pequeno festival de rock alternativo em Paredes de Coura que se transformou num dos principais...

Comments

  • Kitty Witty
    Kitty Witty 12 hours ago

    It's inspirational people like Teresa that gives us all hope that we'll get through this terrible corvid19 pandemic. We need to take care of each other as one big happy global family. What an incredible woman!

  • santiago fleitas
    santiago fleitas 12 hours ago

    Escuché 1 min y 44 segundos y fueron suficientes para darme cuenta de la hipocresía y falsedad de este señor, totalmente despreciable lo que dice. Un estudio macroeconómico SERIO puede dislucidar que la BASE del capitalismo es la desigualdad y el consumo, entonces, cómo podés empezar la conferencia afirmando que el capitalismo saca a la gente de la pobreza?? Lo que saca a la gente de la pobreza son políticas sociales de intervención estatal... ABRAN LOS OJOS NEOLIBERALES, NO ES ENGAÑEN MÁS, FRACASARON, IGUAL QUE REAGAN

  • thejunkmanlives
    thejunkmanlives 12 hours ago

    seriously, we need women to help fix a lot of this. they also have a major role when it comes to fathers that abandon their families since at the end of the day they pick us not the other way around. if she demands a responsible reliable man i do one of two things. go somewhere "easier" or i become the man that shes looking for.

  • Jay Kingsun
    Jay Kingsun 12 hours ago

    Monogamy is a human construct. It's not the only way to conduct a relationship.

  • werthy is my name
    werthy is my name 12 hours ago

    Notice that they didn’t show the crowd? Must’ve been bad.

  • lilliana mendez
    lilliana mendez 12 hours ago

    She wasn't an anorexic.... That's not who she is, it's just what she suffered. Who she is, is a photographer and an artist... That's who she is and who she was.

  • Jay Kingsun
    Jay Kingsun 12 hours ago

    Marriage had been sabotaged by the Disney princess. Everyone thinks it's going to be a magical fairytale. We aren't bought up to realise three actual reality of marriage.

  • MUHAMMAD AHTESHAM KHAN

    He’s amazing inspiring I think we should start thinking broad minded.

  • Jefferson Gutierrez Herrera

    After watching some ted talks about gen z and afterwords this one i finally had my first panic attack

  • Reema Sharma
    Reema Sharma 12 hours ago

    Mr Arfeen I am new to your lectures. I came to know about you through your wife’s lecture on TED. I went on your website but unfortunately I couldn’t read about you. I would like to know more about you and your journey.

  • DarthYuYevon
    DarthYuYevon 12 hours ago

    I never saved a TedTalk before. I saved this one. Cheers! great speech.

  • Eli Peart
    Eli Peart 12 hours ago

    What a charming speaker; so gifted and fun to listen to.

  • Emil Jánoš
    Emil Jánoš 12 hours ago

    halgáty sa mi veľmi páčia

  • roobear 53
    roobear 53 12 hours ago

    I just listened to an interview before with Dr. Anthony Fauci where he basically said that if we had enough face masks it would be a good idea for everyone to wear them.

  • Norbert Shumbusho
    Norbert Shumbusho 12 hours ago

    Just read your blog, which led me to this TEDTalk video. Very inspiring i must say, KEEP IT UP.

  • mateas786
    mateas786 12 hours ago

    wtf was that supposed to be

  • CLAYnation
    CLAYnation 12 hours ago

    I disagree with the political slant to this but I agree with her basic premise.

  • caitlyn sharp
    caitlyn sharp 13 hours ago

    She speaks powerfully, I was molested at 4 years old and my parents were forced to drop the charges when they kept pushing the trial back. I was 8 years old when they gave up trying to get him charged for what he did to me, we couldn't afford to keep traveling to the courthouse anymore. It affected me for 10 years. I still remember exactly what he did to me. Thankfully I recovered and it doesn't affect me much anymore.

  • Lucy Taku
    Lucy Taku 13 hours ago

    Iam an indian.. And iam shame to say iam an Indian 😔😔

  • Anand Singh
    Anand Singh 13 hours ago

    Meme se itna famous 😑... O bhaii maaro mujhe maaro

  • Yaacov
    Yaacov 13 hours ago

    *We need more people like Snowden*

  • Dadul Maharaj
    Dadul Maharaj 13 hours ago

    Nobody talks about ending animal exploitation which is clearly the source of viruses. There are no plant based foods that transmit any virus to humans. We need to leave animals alone and give back land to nature. Unbelievable how oblivious everyone is. We truly leave in the Matrix.

  • Yaacov
    Yaacov 13 hours ago

    *Snowden is the man*

  • Paul Beaudry
    Paul Beaudry 13 hours ago

    “Shoes are the diary of our lives, captured in real time, step by step by step”. Love it! Great stories and analogies how shoes are a symbol and play an important role in our lives. We stand on them and they move us to where we want to go. Great tie-in to making footprints for others to follow. Good to think about and keep aware of!

  • Janaina Aguiar
    Janaina Aguiar 13 hours ago

    Que mulher!!!! Orgulho! ✊🏾✊🏾✊🏾✊🏾

  • The Author of Pain
    The Author of Pain 13 hours ago

    I can literally feel the pain in her voice, such a strong woman she is. She is the pride of NE.

  • Seth Dugan
    Seth Dugan 13 hours ago

    What makes gen Z special? All bark no bite.

  • Gurl B
    Gurl B 13 hours ago

    MY BODY IS NOT A VENDING MACHINE

  • Louisa Wiesemann
    Louisa Wiesemann 13 hours ago

    This Mom is amazing! We need more people like her ❤️🏳️‍🌈

  • Neels Duplessis
    Neels Duplessis 13 hours ago

    my lungs almost ruptured...

  • Amjed Hussain
    Amjed Hussain 13 hours ago

    I use my bike only in the summer and winter i use my car because i live in canada

  • Jim A
    Jim A 13 hours ago

    App? Yes cyber enable crime is a risk. That’s why we hand the blockchain. Cannot be interfered with! But it’s not going to be used because may be transparency is not what they want

  • Farhan Amin
    Farhan Amin 13 hours ago

    Great stuff

  • Dan Stephensen
    Dan Stephensen 13 hours ago

    Thx SO MUCH for Valiantly Serving this Grateful Nation. I lost 2 Uncles as Pilots. 1 in WWII and an RF4D PILOT in Vietnam. The Ultimate sacrifice. MONT (B-26) & MARK STEPHENSEN~Riverton, UT. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸👍

  • Mau Fernández
    Mau Fernández 13 hours ago

    de arvel si, del mundo no, esta dragon ball, one piece, batman... en fin, spidy es grande pero esta junto con los grandes, no el mas grande

  • MUDSWAT
    MUDSWAT 13 hours ago

    58,855 view as of 3/30/2020 that's pretty sad people. Please like, share and comment!

  • Drake Valiance
    Drake Valiance 13 hours ago

    Well in 2020 the democrats are trying to push melanin diversity in boardrooms during the corona virus covid-19 relief stimulus package. No republicans supported those stances. Democrats seem to be the racists segregating America today. Shame on the Democratic establishment people, not the normal people who are democrats like some of my family are.

  • Omar Akhras
    Omar Akhras 13 hours ago

    Ahem toilt paper ahem

  • Miranda Turner
    Miranda Turner 13 hours ago

    The world needs more of this. Thank you and thank your friend! 💓💓💓

  • Junaid
    Junaid 13 hours ago

    Higher education is almost entirely private in the US but still one of the best. Just saying we need to take into consideration both the pros and cons of each system.

  • Linda Veronica Solis Jauregui

    Thank you! Just what I needed to hear!

  • Mason Cunio
    Mason Cunio 13 hours ago

    @Goochclipz couldn't have said it better myself

  • Gurl B
    Gurl B 13 hours ago

    ENEMY? REMEMBER MEN ARE NOT REQUIRED/ABLE TO CARRY CHILDREN WHOM WHICH THEY DONATE BONE AND TISSUE TO. IM NOT OPPOSED TO MENS "BREEDING" RIGHTS. IM OPPOSED TO MEN FEELING LIKE THEY ARE PERMITTED TO DENY ME TAX RIGHTS TO MY IDENTITY....IM OPPOSED TO THE IDEA OF MY GENETICS BEING REMOVED FROM MY FAMILY BECAUSE SOMEONE MANAGED TO SCAM ME IN HIGHSCHOOL

  • shaka mata _ African pride

    Bruh she lying

  • Emanuel Perdis
    Emanuel Perdis 13 hours ago

    Thanks for a memorable, life changing talk... Totally resonate with your message and my experiences have corroborated your findings.... God Bless You

  • Lovelutionary
    Lovelutionary 13 hours ago

    This will change the world.

  • kumar Kumar
    kumar Kumar 13 hours ago

    Voice mast h

  • alexparkjw
    alexparkjw 13 hours ago

    해야할일하고, 할수있는일은 다른거 같은디요, 직업은 할수있는일일 가능성이 더 높은디, 용어정리부터 다시하시고 영상만들었으면 좋겠네

  • Anthony Sforza
    Anthony Sforza 13 hours ago

    "The law doesn't only allow it, it creates the opportunity." Kind of a roundabout way to say these women are legally incentivised to do it.

  • Gamer Time
    Gamer Time 13 hours ago

    Why does life

  • Daniel Garcia Ordaz
    Daniel Garcia Ordaz 13 hours ago

    I agree that being empty (in self-identity) leads to empty relationships. This is one of the greatest challenges we must present our youth: to challenge them to fulfill their true destinies, part of that: being human! Thanks for bringing so much energy to our TEDx stage!

  • Drake Valiance
    Drake Valiance 13 hours ago

    Races should be nothing, culture is meaning more. Racists in the democrats extremists and the Legit Far Right are the ones keeping Racism alive. I love all mankind, and I acknowledge no colour, just culture.

  • Wavdancer8
    Wavdancer8 13 hours ago

    What I think it not being talked about here is that times are different now then they were even 50 years ago. The fastest going population is the elderly. People are living longer now than ever before and we as women shouldn't feel bad for wanting to wait, or to have a career. I think the point is this, educate yourself and have a pregnancy plan. If that means freezing embryos or surrogacy or adoption than by all means we live in a world where it doesn't have to be an either or decision. I think having a plan and a back up plan is always a good strategy. I also think that 40 year old are not the same as 40 year old were 30 years ago and nothing like a 40 years old was 100 years ago. It's just too bad that a woman's body hasn't caught up with current times.

  • Raghavendra V
    Raghavendra V 13 hours ago

    I think right person in wrong party. What a knowledge he is having. I am out of words to praise him.

  • cihangir aslan
    cihangir aslan 13 hours ago

    Hoca,özel sektör canavarından haberin mi yok ??? Üniversite mezunu değilim diye işten çıkarıldım..

  • Elena Falgione
    Elena Falgione 13 hours ago

    HAHAHAHA She's got you all fooled. She is clearly exploiting all the rich men who think they're oppressed by the system. XD I gotta hand it to her. That is quite a schtick. Hiding behind a truly righteous fight to give non abusive men a fair shake in court. Look at her website. She clearly states that low income men DO NOT DESERVE HER SERVICES. And THOSE are the men who truly need her help. What a charlatan. I can't believe Ted gave her a platform.

  • Disk of Prudence
    Disk of Prudence 13 hours ago

    They should get DissociaDID to talk on here

  • Reem ahmad
    Reem ahmad 13 hours ago

    what is the name song?

  • Monte Carvalo
    Monte Carvalo 13 hours ago

    The last 40 years has been detrimental to people growing up without fathers. Thank you feminism.

  • Kartik Gupta
    Kartik Gupta 13 hours ago

    I think I'm in love with her...... Pehli nazar me😍

  • Kadir Gun
    Kadir Gun 13 hours ago

    çok keyifliydi

  • MrSmiles9000
    MrSmiles9000 13 hours ago

    Fathers and Mothers develop a child's mind in different ways, both are important and equally valuable in their own right. When you take one out of the picture, the child's development becomes unbalanced and so too can the child become and unbalanced person. That's not to say the child can't find balance, but they will have to find it through others, be them good or bad in the long run.

  • Larry Olszewski
    Larry Olszewski 13 hours ago

    I'm 59 and mine still works just fine thank you very much.

  • Drake Valiance
    Drake Valiance 13 hours ago

    Best talk I’ve heard yet!

  • Bang Road
    Bang Road 13 hours ago

    I had a lucid dream during this video

  • sunanda patra
    sunanda patra 13 hours ago

    Till now we have no solution about it . How we get a beautiful Nature. Only we can give speech but we don't do any thing for it

  • Drake Valiance
    Drake Valiance 13 hours ago

    I need help getting visitation back with my 11 year old daughter. My ex wife’s new husband she left me for has family money and I haven’t been able to see my daughter in 20 months. I have spent 27000 dollars to get custody but they have used child services and lawyers to prevent that with their money. I need help, God Almighty and Fellow Humans Please Help Me.

  • Brian DeGardeyn
    Brian DeGardeyn 13 hours ago

    Great prevention Marilyn. I can only hope Ohio and other NE States are directed in the same direction you presented. The laws are outdated. Visitation are for convicts not Fathers of our children.

  • Steve Williams
    Steve Williams 13 hours ago

    I am not there with her but I am giving her a standing ovation

  • Ian Smith
    Ian Smith 13 hours ago

    What part of the brain is that?

  • Dayanand V V
    Dayanand V V 13 hours ago

    This is 2nd Video of yours I'm watching and I got the essence sir! You spoke what people like me think of everyday! Ayurveda, our system is an ocean, time test for thousands of years. Commercial interest, greed and materialism of the West spoilt the whole globe with globalisation. You being a doctor yourself taking up the job of cleansing the System through public support - is a wonderful thing. You are dong what people like us unable to do! If Sanskrit is brought back into mainstream education, the revival of Ayurveda and other Indigenous sciences are possible sooner than later. Most important thing that our National mindset lost is 'faith in our own system' - education System must be revamped to revive all this. Salute to you for all the good work you are doing in this line to establish the faith in our System. Thank you

  • Silver Chicken
    Silver Chicken 13 hours ago

    bless this woman

  • Jack Sean
    Jack Sean 13 hours ago

    I have actually used some of her quotes in a research paper I'm writing about on memes. This video has helped me alot.

  • mironyuk
    mironyuk 13 hours ago

    Underwater mining, something the Bible predicted 2000 years ago, when it says 1/3 off all sea life will die off, probably to all the pollution from deep sea mining and future oil spills

  • Brian Swinehart
    Brian Swinehart 13 hours ago

    I would love to fight this guy.

  • Marc Strusa
    Marc Strusa 13 hours ago

    What a class act. May the Lord Jesus Christ be glorified and bring healing to men and women and children and families and communities and nation's.

  • Disk of Prudence
    Disk of Prudence 13 hours ago

    We’re a strange bunch but we aren’t failures... yet askjdjd Edit: that cone head joke was amazing, why didn’t people laugh at that?

  • OurGodIsLove
    OurGodIsLove 13 hours ago

    A ventilator is what many COVID-19 patients need at this time.

  • Tracy Benson
    Tracy Benson 13 hours ago

    This was very disappointing. I was searching for how intelligence hinders faith.

  • TheSumerianGod
    TheSumerianGod 13 hours ago

    The US government has Sanitized war.. They have isolated The American Public from the reality of war. Currently there is about 5 US lead interventions..

  • Nels Rinden
    Nels Rinden 13 hours ago

    Does anyone remem er a little-read book ...augh forget it. No one cares.

  • Pagan Minn
    Pagan Minn 13 hours ago

    i have a 5 month old daughter, my fiance just couldnt handle all the stress with the times we've been through and she broke it off with me. last year i bought her that ring to get engaged. we were together for 5 years. ive never felt so much pain to the point i cant focus. its unbearable but i know in the back of my mind even if this will always hurt i will get over it in my own way and push forward.

  • Jason Matthews
    Jason Matthews 13 hours ago

    Maybe you should have cried more? Emotional manipulation much?

  • shiwan8
    shiwan8 13 hours ago

    If orgasm gap is like a wage gap, but stickier, then it just does not exist, just like the pay gap. 👍🏻

  • Jason Matthews
    Jason Matthews 13 hours ago

    Any facts or stats, or just 100% an intentionally emotional manipulative message?

  • Ricardo Noyola
    Ricardo Noyola 13 hours ago

    El VIH no existe amigo igual que ese pinche CORONAVIRUS

  • Fazlyn Toeffie
    Fazlyn Toeffie 13 hours ago

    Thanks Jayshree! I’ve learned this lesson some two years ago and am now living my best life after I’ve broken the shackles of someone else’s game / corporate politics. Thanks for this timely reminder!!

  • Tom Cross
    Tom Cross 13 hours ago

    this is so hetero normative and silly

  • Matthew Araujo
    Matthew Araujo 13 hours ago

    Man, I’m sitting in here with a bottle of Xanax. I already tried once. Want to down it all again. I’m tired of all this, and so much more. Knowing this video may have helped you, helps me. I hope you all live another day.

  • Drake Valiance
    Drake Valiance 13 hours ago

    First story, she’s lying.

  • BubblePi
    BubblePi 13 hours ago

    Amazing, thank you for sharing your story

  • Manuel Prz
    Manuel Prz 13 hours ago

    I live in a sexless marriage due to a medical condition on my part. however the marriage still works she has male friends..I understand due to my issue.

  • picklesandcheese25
    picklesandcheese25 13 hours ago

    I'm essentially a flexitarian, but I really want to make the shift to veganism.

  • Crimes Across The Globe

    This reminds me of the elite, taking 99% of the pie while we kill ourselves for the 1% we fight over.

  • sampad xavier chaudhuri

    You are the kind of women that makes me wonder that there are good strong smart amazing women out there, who are not biased. Thank you! You are such a blessing! I wish there are more women in the world.

  • charlietable2313
    charlietable2313 13 hours ago

    It would also help to reduce the suffering of many by legalizing the profession.

  • firefear clear
    firefear clear 13 hours ago

    2:59 7 hours Asian: *Rookie number* I've heard Asians (Koreans and their side) learn around 14 hours/day

  • Steven Haire
    Steven Haire 13 hours ago

    I don't eat pork and I don't take chips that's my rights....

  • John Doe
    John Doe 13 hours ago

    I am playing Wii without the safety strap rn