The Best of TED – 7 Great Talks of Ideas Worth Spreading

The Best of TED

TED carries the catch-phrase ‘ideas worth spreading’ and provides a platform for some of the very best thinkers around the globe to communicate something that they believe will challenge and inspire others.  Twice a year TED hosts two conferences in which TED talks pass on a wealth of knowledge and ideas in no more than 18 minutes.

Some of the talks are inspiring, beautiful, and creative.  Others are informative, full of knowledge or communicate an innovative idea or invention.

I wanted to share some of my most favourites with you.  I hope you find something here that will inspire and move you.

  1. Sir Ken Robinson: Schools Kill Creativity
  2. Alexander Tsiaras: Conception to birth – visualized
  3. Lisa Bu: How Books can open your mind
  4. Jamie Oliver: Teach Your Child About Food
  5. Jill Bolte Taylor: Stroke of Insight
  6. Dr. Terry Wahls: Minding Your Mitochondria
  7. William Li: Can we eat to starve cancer?

Are there any TED talks that you have enjoyed?  Please share!

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