25
Feb
2016

10 Inspiring TED talks you shouldn't have missed on – Part 1





As we started with TED talks that can boost your creativity last week, this week we continue in the same fashion – but have broadened the subject a bit.

We give you 5 inspiring videos that will surely push your buttons, so let's begin!

1. The science behind motivation

In this TED talk, Dan Pink discusses about how design doesn’t really spark creativity and that traditional rewards aren’t always as effective as we think. Take a look at this interesting TED talk and have your notepad ready!



2. Your elusive creative genius

Brené Brown's very personal talk explores the feeling of vulnerability we all have, and how those who accept to be vulnerable are happier and feel more deserving of love.



3. Why 30 Is Not the New 20

Meg Jay has given a very inspiring talk on all those of you in your 30s, reminding you how and why exactly are 30s (not so better) than 20s. She hopes to motivate a generation of twenty-year olds who have been told on and on again they have plenty of time to figure out their lives. Jay sites statistics about career growth, relationship development and reproductive capabilities in this TED talk.



4. How great leaders did it

Simon Sinek shares how great leaders inspire others to take action in this powerful TED talk. His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers.



5. The key to success in one word

Angela Lee Duckworth discusses how perseverance and passion can outweigh high IQs when it comes to success. In this TED talk, she explains her theory of “grit” as a predictor of success.