Good advice you didn’t know you needed…

Ever feel a little lost on your way to achieving your life goals? Or maybe you are not even sure what your life goals are yet? Sometimes we can all do with some good advice but it can be hard to come by. This is where Ted steps in. Ted have a variety of talks from various industry leaders, entrepreneurs and others who have battled through some of life’s difficulties. Here are a few of the best talks to help you get motivated and overcome any issues that may be stopping you from progressing.

Not found your calling yet?

Do you feel like you are always being pulled in different areas and can’t settle on your one true passion? This talk is great at helping you to realise that not having one single passion is ok and can actually be beneficial.

Understand motivation

Career analyst Dan Pink examines the puzzle of motivation, starting with a fact that social scientists know but most managers don’t: Traditional rewards aren’t always as effective as we think.

How to stop making bad decisions

Psychologist Dan Gilbert presents research and data from his own exploration of happiness. His findings might change how you think about happiness, in particular what you think makes you happy. The talk also has some surprising tests and experiments that you can try.

Why you should celebrate your failure

When you fail at something some of us have a natural instinct to try to forget about it. It can cause us to feel frustrated, sad and a little bit silly, but you should focus on your failure and transform it into your strength. This talk is delivered by the head of X (formerly Google X) Astro Teller.


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