This is hands down one of our favourite Ted Talks of all time and by the look of the 10.5 million views…it appears to be yours too. Simon Sinek explores why good leaders make you feel safe. Definitely worth taking a break and watching with a cup of tea.
A pounding heart, fast breathing and sweating. Ugh. Stress has been made into a public health enemy. But is that really fair? New research suggests that stress may only be bad for you if you believe that to be the case. In this Ted Talk Psychologist Kelly McGonigal urges us to see stress as a positive.
Women own 39 percent of all businesses in the US, but female entrepreneurs get only two percent of venture funding. In this eye opening Ted Talk Dana Kanze shares research suggesting that it might be the types of questions start-up founders get asked when they’re invited to pitch.
Bill and Melinda Gates took a walk on the beach and made a big decision: to give their Microsoft wealth back to society. Here’s their story.
Brené Brown, whose earlier Ted Talk on vulnerability became a viral hit, explores what can happen when people confront their shame head on. It’s funny, raw and vulnerable. A must watch.
With over 41 million views 😯, this Ted Talk is a must watch! It’s poignant, funny and Brene Brown shares a deep insight from her research, to help us understand humanity.
You’ve heard about slow food. Now there’s slow tv. In this very funny talk, Norwegian television producer Thomas Hellum shares how his team began to broadcast long, boring events to a rapt audience.
In the center of Caracas, stands the 45-story “Tower of David,” an unfinished, abandoned skyscraper. Eight years ago, people started moving in. Photographer Iwan Baan shows how people build homes in unlikely places.
Bees are dying off in record numbers so ecologist Noah Wilson-Rich recruited citizen scientists to set up beehives in their backyards, gardens and rooftops to explore where bees are healthy and thriving.
Did you know with just three common house plants you can grow fresh air? Researcher Kamal Meattle sees us through this in his inspiring Ted Talk.