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Some of the world's greatest innovators, entrepreneurs, and business researchers share their stories and insights from the stage at TED conferences, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos for free from TED.com that features interactive English transcript, and subtitles in as many as 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
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When venture investor Natalie Fratto is determining which start-up founder to support, she doesn't just look for intelligence or charisma; she looks for adaptability. In this insightful talk, Fratto shares three ways to measure your "adaptability quotient" -- and shows why your ability to respond to change really matters.
Asking for help is tough. But to get through life, you have to do it all the time. So how do you get comfortable asking? In this actionable talk, social psychologist Heidi Grant shares four simple rules for asking for help and getting it -- while making the process more rewarding for your helper, too.
Profit, money, shareholders: these are the priorities of most companies today. But at what cost? In an appeal to corporate leaders worldwide, Chobani founder Hamdi Ulukaya calls for an end to the business playbook of the past -- and shares his vision for a new, "anti-CEO playbook" that prioritizes people over profits. "This is the difference between profit and true wealth," he says.
Conventional meat production causes harm to our environment and presents risks to global health, but people aren't going to eat less meat unless we give them alternatives that cost the same (or less) and that taste the same (or better). In an eye-opening talk, food innovator and TED Fellow Bruce Friedrich shows the plant- and cell-based products that could soon transform the global meat industry -- and your dinner plate.
"Confidence is the necessary spark before everything that follows," says educator and activist Brittany Packnett. In an inspiring talk, she shares three ways to crack the code of confidence -- and her dream for a world where revolutionary confidence helps turn our most ambitious dreams into reality.
What should modern leadership look like? Entrepreneur and former Icelandic presidential candidate Halla Tómasdóttir thinks global leaders need to change their ways -- or risk becoming irrelevant. In a conversation with curator Bryn Freedman, she shows how anybody can step up and make a difference, even if you don't yet have power. "There's a leader inside every single one of us," she says, "and our most important work in life is to release that leader."
The Silent Generation, baby boomers, Generation X, millennials, Gen Z -- we're all in the workforce together. How are our assumptions about each other holding us back from working and communicating better? Social psychologist Leah Georges shows how we're more similar than different and offers helpful tactics for navigating the multigenerational workplace.
Can Twitter be saved? In a wide-ranging conversation with TED's Chris Anderson and Whitney Pennington Rodgers, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey discusses the future of the platform -- acknowledging problems with harassment and moderation and proposing some fundamental changes that he hopes will encourage healthy, respectful conversations. "Are we actually delivering something that people value every single day?" Dorsey asks.
In a world deeply divided, how do we have hard conversations with nuance, curiosity, respect? Veteran reporter Eve Pearlman introduces "dialogue journalism": a project where journalists go to the heart of social and political divides to support discussions between people who disagree. See what happened when a group that would have never otherwise met -- 25 liberals from California and 25 conservatives from Alabama -- gathered to talk about contentious issues. "Real connection across difference: this is a salve that our democracy sorely needs," Pearlman says.
You know the "forgotten middle": they're the students, coworkers and regular people who are often overlooked because they're seen as neither exceptional nor problematic. How can we empower them to reach their full potential? Sharing her work helping young people get to and through college, social activist Danielle R. Moss challenges us to think deeper about who deserves help and attention -- and shows us how to encourage those in the middle to dream big.
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Jasper SaKeanu Ndebele

loved it

Jul 21st
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Abhi Patel

wonderful work!!! i want to ask so much questions tp you mam

Jul 20th
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Zahra Jamali

really great talk, simle tips that will truly work

Jul 13th
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syed irfan

I can feel that confidence in your voices n I got goose bumps thank you for this episode

Jul 12th
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CJ

syed irfan part of it is to just practice more. You get more confident when you know what you're talking about. also, believe in yourself.

Jul 12th
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Dank Diaries

10 minutes in and I'm screaming #Preach 🙌🙌🙌

Jul 4th
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motale lehlohonolo

I see cancer outbreaks from this meat

Jul 3rd
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Nureen Glaves

incredible and what i stand for and what my FeedMeGood is and will be for the future.

Jun 24th
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Sarah Fulenwider

I really dislike this guy! why doesn't he address the companies and foundations making the anti biotic mandatory? Natural food is the most healthy.

Jun 19th
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Diaa Alhak EL FALLOUS

Very inspiring 👏👏👏👏👏

Jun 15th
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Pedro De Leon

Twitter is so egalitarian and egotistical to themselves. Anyone outside their thinking beware.

May 20th
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Jay Krissy

such a cutie....but do u really care about the environmnet elon?

May 14th
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Victor Zhang

This is quite “Democratic”. Thanks.

May 7th
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Victor Zhang

This is quite “Democratic”. Thanks.

May 7th
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Jay Krissy

BRILLIANT..this had me rolling.#the humor in art👍💜

May 6th
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Arvind Verma

👌🏿👌🏿😎

Apr 27th
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Chase H

fantastic episode! I started doing two things at the same time about a year ago and call it Simul-tasking. it definitely helps creativity, anxiety, and time management. for example, ill do squats and stretch while showering or listen to this podcast while vacuuming! Thank you for an enlightening talk!

Apr 25th
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Zohre T

It's the first I'm writing my own experience,it's been a rough year for me because I lost my goals and did not know why am l living for,till I found that be kind to the world and all the people makes me calm,happy,and it's pleases me.feel lucky everyday because all the simple and little things that I have in my life.thank u,your so inspiring.....

Apr 17th
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Oualid L

Simple, practical and so true...Thank you

Apr 16th
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Lucas Valladares

fundamental for any relationship!

Feb 24th
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Sobrinho Bernardo

legal

Feb 4th
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