My 15 Favourite TED Talks in 2015

TED talks are like a university with different speakers being lectures in various topics (subjects). Education and how we disseminate information has shifted. TED Talks are another powerful way of sharing ideas, telling stories, educating and inspiring people.

Ideas are the currency of the 21st century and TED Talks are the gold mines where ideas are.

Ideas, effectively packaged and delivered, can change the world.

If you love ideas, creativity, stories and are inspired by ordinary people who are doing inspiring work that matters, then TED Talks will inspire you.

A TED talk a day keeps ignorance away.

The following are my favorite TED Talks for 2015. (Not in a specific order.

  1. Mallence Bart Williams | Change your channel  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pvNp9gHjfk

     

  2. Chris Hadfield | What I learned from going blind in space

 

3. Panashe Chigumadzi | A new self-identity for Africans  

 

4. Bryan Stevenson | We Need to Talk About an Injustice  

 

5. Elizabeth Gilbert | Your Elusive Creative Genius

 

6. Kakenya Ntaiya | A girl who demanded school

 

7. Jorge Soto | The Future of Early Cancer Detection? 

 

8. Sarah Lewis | Embrace the near win

 

9. Simon Anholt | Which country does the most good for the world?

 

10. Jamila Lyiscott | 3 Ways to speak english

 

11. Kevin Briggs | The bridge between suicide and life

 

12. Bill T. Jones | The dancer, the singer, the cellist … and a moment of creative magic

 

13. Ken Robinson | Bring on the Learning Revolution

 

14. Mandi Poefficient Vundla | The Queen of Word N Sound

 

15. Tim Harford: Trial, error and the God complex

 

 

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About Roche Mamabolo

Entrepreneur, Author, Dad. Passionate about Innovation and Creativity, Books, Poetry, Traveling, Theatre, Art, Music.
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