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Humans of New York is a modern phenomenon. Over the past few years Brandon...
Today I squeezed an elephant into a bottle. Yesterday I ran ten thousand leagues. Tomorrow I’m going to wrestle a gorilla. That’s my life, but it’s nothing compared to yours.
Is it possible to achieve what you want in life by going through the motions? Make the right moves, press the right buttons, pull the lever and voila, there it is! A successful life. Really?
Sometimes life delivers you a harder blow than usual. You can see it coming, but can’t avoid it. What do you do? It’s time to brace for impact.
If you want to know how the world’s greatest leaders and organisations became the greatest? You have to start with “why”. This is the second most viewed video on Ted.com and once you’ve watched it, you’ll know why.
In this remarkable (and I’m choosing my words carefully) interview...
Ever wondered how to make a viral video? Some make it seem like it’s the marketers’ Holy Grail. If only your campaign could go viral like the Old Spice guy. But how do you do it? In this entertaining talk Kevin Allocca, YouTube’s trends manager, shares the 4 reasons a video goes viral.
People are always asking me why I smile so much. Sometimes they infer that there’s something wrong with it. Sometimes they tell me that it makes them feel good. The truth though is that every time I smile it makes me and whoever I’m with feel great. It even helps me make money. Here are 3 of the reasons why…
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Tony Robbins discusses the “invisible forces” that motivate everyone’s actions — and high-fives Al Gore in the front row.
Arianna Huffington on the importance of getting enough sleep. Small idea? Big results.
This is a great little story from that tremendous orator, Barack Obama. Shortly before the US presidential election, he delivered this speech and it serves two great purposes for us: it is a masterclass in using storytelling in your speech.
Author and activist Isabel Allende discusses women, creativity, the definition of feminism and, of course, passion in this talk.
Jason Fried has a radical theory of working: that the office isn’t a good place to do it. At TEDxMidwest, he lays out the main problems (call them the M&Ms) and offers three suggestions to make work work.