On December 29th I spoke of TED Talks. I continue to be enlightened, motivated, inspired and nourished by TED Talks – while lunching at my desk. Some of you may have read the post and thought “interesting.” And clicked “delete.” Lemme try once more. Below are a few of my favorite TED Talks. Simple. Straightforward. And easy listening. All 10 minutes or so. C’mon. Click. The first one follows up my post of February 23, 2014:
The music of sign language http://www.ted.com/talks/christine_sun_kim_the_enchanting_music_of_sign_language
Talking to strangers http://www.ted.com/talks/kio_stark_why_you_should_talk_to_strangers
David Brooks – what’s better. Your resume virtues? Or eulogy virtues?http://www.ted.com/talks/david_brooks_should_you_live_for_your_resume_or_your_eulogy
Before I die – http://www.ted.com/talks/candy_chang_before_i_die_i_want_to
Reclaiming religion http://www.ted.com/talks/sharon_brous_it_s_time_to_reclaim_and_reinvent_religion
Having better political discussions http://www.ted.com/talks/robb_willer_how_to_have_better_political_conversations
Having lunch at your desk? Bored? Need a swift kick in the caboose? Log on to http://www.ted.com – close your eyes and click. You won’t be disappointed.