Camille Styles

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11 Inspiring TED Talks That Will Change the Way You Think

May 23rd, 2016

What’s your biggest Internet time-suck? You know, that social channel or website that you go to “just to check,” and then you suddenly find yourself 30 minutes older and a little bit dumber? Mine used to be celeb gossip site until I swore them off a few months ago (thanks Jenn), but I can get equally caught up in a scroll through my Instagram feed. Lately when I find myself with a computer and some downtime, I’ve been making a conscious effort to consume something more soul-nourishing, and I’ve loved exploring the countless TED talks that teach me about an issue, inspire me creatively, or direct me towards self-growth. I polled a few friends and our team for the best of the best, so click through the slides for 11 TED talks not to miss, and please share links to all of your favorites in the comments so I can check them out!

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9 Comments under :: 11 Inspiring TED Talks That Will Change the Way You Think
  1. Marina says:

    Camille, thank you for these great suggestions. I’m going to check out each one of these TED talks, starting with the guerrilla gardener in LA. sounds fascinating and inspiring.

  2. Jordan Fronk says:

    Ohhh just bookmarked this one big time!

  3. Katie Lewis says:

    These are great! I wrote a TED Talk for writers, as well, if you’re interested:

  4. Nichole says:

    I love TED and I’ve seen a couple of these. I’m really looking forward to diving into the new videos and re-watching the others. Best thing about good content: you can learn even more the second time around! Thank you for sharing.

  5. Wow!! Thanks for this!

  6. Najee says:

    Thank you for this! One of my fave Ted Talks (Meg Jay’s) is here. 🙂

  7. These look fantastic! I will have to check them out. My personal favorite is Everyday Leadership by Drew Dudley. Absolutely love it. I will be posting a blog about it tomorrow (Monday). Check it out!

  8. Just by seeing the titles I see one can learn a lot from here. Thank you for this post! “The Power of Vulnerability” is my next go-to video to watch.

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