Malcolm Harris, Curator-of-Cool, TEDxSanMigueldeAllende Recently, I was asked to be a speaker during the TEDx Talks held in San Miguel de Allende, in...
It's that time when everyone sits down to write their resolutions, to reflect on the things we could have done better, and what we want to prioritize...
But what if the next place where innovation would spring from is not a physical place, but an entire segment of our economy? I'm talking about the non-profit sector.
The soon-to-be released documentary Healing Voices goes a long way to healing our fear of people commonly labeled as "schizophrenic," "bipolar," and "...
With women outnumbering men in earning undergraduate and graduate degrees, women outnumbering men in holding professional-level jobs, and a frontrunner female candidate for the President of the United States, we tend to think we are moving forward when it comes to gender equality. But are we really?
Sometimes we involve ourselves so heavily in our quest to achieve that we become myopic in our thinking. Our reason for existing becomes solely to accumulate -- the next social media follower, the next like, the next comment -- all just for the sake of doing so.
More and more I've come to realize how much of the construct was about giving me permission to change. After all, I could have made any of these changes in my life, or focused on any of these elements without having this massive construct around me to do that.
Imagine a day filled with passionate speakers, thought-provoking videos and mind-blowing conversations. If you like hearing ideas worth spreading, y...
The humanoid robot avatar could help people communicate more effectively. In the future, we might see a event called TEDRobots, where people use robots with different looks and personalities to deliver talks.
And I'm scared to put my agency behind something because I'm distinctly uncomfortable with the idea of slinging my pack over my shoulders and walking over the horizon, knowing I'll never return to this place again.
Is there a shortcut to becoming a confident speaker? Oh yes!
Over the years, I kept finding myself recommending POP! to friends and colleagues in marketing. While I have given away (or forgotten about) many other business and marketing books that I read, I have held onto my copy of POP! So, when Sam's new book came out, I was excited to read it...and review it.
You want to speak at TED, share your message and make a difference, and grow your business. There are some terrible mistakes you must avoid in order to be successful. If you make these mistakes, you will never get on TED talks. Worse, you may waste time and lose clients.
During the holidays we often end up cooking and serving for 20, even if we are just 8 people having a Christmas lunch. It's the same procedure as every year: we cook and serve too much, we overfeed ourselves - and we overfeed our garbage cans.
As a two-time TEDx speaker and huge fan of TED talks, I've come to learn a few things about what makes a TED talk great. If you are getting ready to give one and want to make it the best it can be, use the following checklist to ensure your speech is inspiring, memorable, and completely you.
A few years ago I ran across Brene Brown's TED talk on shame (me and about 6 million other people). The video provoked me to read Brown's work, and I spent a few years working through her academic research, books, and articles.