Are you looking for the inspired and amazing TED Talks? If so, you should watch these TED Talks that I introduce below!! These are the talks that have gotten me to be inspired and to move.
I want you to watch these TED Talks by all means!
How to make stress your friend
|TED||TED Global 2013|
According to her eight-year survey, among the 30,000 American adults who experienced severe stress in the previous year, she found that the risk of death of 13,000 people, 43%, increased.
But, this result applies only to those who beleive that “stress is not for my health”.
We tend to beleive that stress is harmful.
However, she says that it is a harm to think of stress as a harm.
In other words, if you beleive that stress is not harmful, stress is not harmful!
That said, stress is stress, right?
However, after finishing watching this talk, you find yourself stopping thinking of stress as a harm.
This is a marvelous Talk that the death rate will change depending on how we think about stress.
This Talk is recommended for those who think that “I’m going to die under stress”.
Your body language may shape who you are
|TED||TED Global 2012|
Her argument is that body language will change the result of our life!
● Choose an edge by train seat
● Choose the middle room in the private room of the toilet
● Bad posture
These minor things will influence hormones such as testosterone and cortisol, and will lead to the results of our lives.
This TED video is recommended for those who “want to be energetic”
Note: There is criticism that the content of this talk is weak statistical data and scientific basis is scarce. Controversy still seems to continue (February 2019)
10 ways to have a better conversation
In this Talk, she introduces 10 ways on what you need to do in order to have a good conversation.
When I watched this Talk, I realized that what I was talking about was not good.
After watching this, I’ve tried to avoid to “equate my experience with others” that is one of 10 ways.
This TED Talk is recommended for those who have thought “Is my conversation objectionable to others?”.
Your elusive creative genius
This Talk about the matter that stuck with all creators “Works created by one’s own hands cut one’s own throat.
Once a creator creates a great work, it will continue to compare the one and works that will be produced later.
Then, creators are occupied with the evaluation more than necessary.
Ultimately, creators are obsessed with obsession, thinking of breaking their own lives.
In order to fundamentally change this idea, Spealer Elizabeth Gilbert tell us where creativity comes from and what needs to be done to nurture creativity of creators.
What we should learn about this TED video is about “rational humanisticism” which was an idea that occurred during the Renaissance period.
She advocates to eliminate rational humanism in order to nurture creativity of creators.
This is the best TED Talk.
The brain-changing benefits of exercise
|TED||TED Women 2017|
|Topics||Exercise, Brain, Health|
This is Talk about the brain’s change after the exercise based on her experience.
She says that we can avoid “depression” and “Alzheimer’s disease” “motivation” and “increase concentration” by exercising.
In the end of this Talk, there is scene where she forces a exercise towards the audience.
Please try exercising according to her instruction.
This TED Talk is recommended for those who don’t feel like exercising”.
TED’s secret to great public speaking
“What’s an idea?”
“What’s that all great TED Talk have in common?”
This is Talk on TED ‘s philosophy of “idea worth spreading” by Anderson, representative of TED.
He says at his own work (TED official) “TED is not a place to show off self-satisfied talk”.
This TED Talk tells us “What kind of place is TED?”
This is essential for TED lover to talk about TED.
This is recommended for those who want to know “What is the idea worth spreading?”.
Bring on the learning revolution!
|Speaker||Sir Ken Robinson|
“People who really enjoys their work”
“People who endure their work”
Where does the difference between these “people who work while having fun” and “those who work while suffering” come from?
Sir Ken Robinson argues that “education” is the underlying.
Education, in a way, dislocates very many people from their natural talents. And human resources are like natural resources; they’re often buried deep. You have to go looking for them, they’re not just lying around on the surface. You have to create the circumstances where they show themselves.
Sir Robinson ‘s TED Talk makes us forget about 17 minutes.
Everyone should watch this TED Talk.
【The 7 Best TED Talks】
In the end
As mentioned above, we have selected seven TED Talks carefully selected.
There is a new discovery every time I watch TED.
Therefore, as soon as I discover a TED Talk that I can recommend, I’ll add and append it!
Also, if you have a TED Talk “This is a must-see!”, Please let me know in the comments section.
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