The Power of belief — mindset and success | Eduardo Briceno | TEDxManhattanBeach

The Power of belief — mindset and success | Eduardo Briceno | TEDxManhattanBeach

Translator: asma youssef Reviewer: Denise RQ What do you think is the key to achieve our goals, our success? Some people suggest things like hard work, focus, persistence. But research shows these are all by-products of something else, something much more powerful that we can all develop. It is this very special something that is […]

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Ricardo Semler: Radical wisdom for a company, a school, a life

Ricardo Semler: Radical wisdom for a company, a school, a life

On Mondays and Thursdays, I learn how to die. I call them my terminal days. My wife Fernanda doesn’t like the term, but a lot of people in my family died of melanoma cancer and my parents and grandparents had it. And I kept thinking, one day I could be sitting in front of a […]

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Bring on the learning revolution! | Ken Robinson

Bring on the learning revolution! | Ken Robinson

I was here four years ago, and I remember, at the time, that the talks weren’t put online. I think they were given to TEDsters in a box, a box set of DVDs, which they put on their shelves, where they are now. (Laughter) And actually, Chris called me a week after I’d given my […]

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How to introduce yourself | Kevin Bahler | TEDxLehighRiver

Translator: Manh Cao Reviewer: Denise RQ Thank you. Hello, my name is Kevin Bahler. I am the grant writer for Allentown Symphony Association. I always find that a strange way to introduce myself. It’s not that I don’t like my job – I’m very proud of it – but why is that our only introduction? […]

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The magic of handmade special effects | Colin Arthur | TEDxMadrid

The magic of handmade special effects | Colin Arthur | TEDxMadrid

Translator: Lucia J. Perez Reviewer: Denise RQ I’m a liar. I’m one of those guys that makes his living helping movie directors deceive the camera. You know, lying to the lens, making effects that you see on a film which you believe are real. I’m a liar, an illusionist, and a trickster. I’ve been doing […]

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The magic of Fibonacci numbers | Arthur Benjamin

The magic of Fibonacci numbers | Arthur Benjamin

So why do we learn mathematics? Essentially, for three reasons: calculation, application, and last, and unfortunately least in terms of the time we give it, inspiration. Mathematics is the science of patterns, and we study it to learn how to think logically, critically and creatively, but too much of the mathematics that we learn in […]

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Shimon Schocken: The self-organizing computer course

Shimon Schocken: The self-organizing computer course

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Morton Bast So, this is my grandfather, Salman Schocken, who was born into a poor and uneducated family with six children to feed, and when he was 14 years old, he was forced to drop out of school in order to help put bread on the table. He never went back […]

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The magic ingredient that brings Pixar movies to life | Danielle Feinberg

The magic ingredient that brings Pixar movies to life | Danielle Feinberg

When I was seven years old, some well-meaning adult asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. Proudly, I said: “An artist.” “No, you don’t,” he said, “You can’t make a living being an artist!” My little seven-year-old Picasso dreams were crushed. But I gathered myself, went off in search of a […]

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Surviving Disappearance, Re-Imagining & Humanizing Native Peoples: Matika Wilbur at TEDxSeattle

Surviving Disappearance, Re-Imagining & Humanizing Native Peoples: Matika Wilbur at TEDxSeattle

Translator: Tammy Lynn Pertillar Reviewer: Elisabeth Buffard I am from the Swinomish and Tulalip tribe. I am here today to carry the message from the silenced. To show you some of Native America’s beauty. And to encourage our collective consciousness to reimagine the way we see each other. Can we re-learn to see as human […]

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Emergency shelters made from paper: Shigeru Ban at TEDxTokyo

Emergency shelters made from paper: Shigeru Ban at TEDxTokyo

Translator: Akinori Oyama Reviewer: Emma Gon Hi. I am an architect. I am the only architect in the world making buildings out of paper like this cardboard tube, and this exhibition is the first one I did using paper tubes. 1986, much, much longer before people started talking about ecological issues and environmental issues, I […]

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