Wednesday, 11 July 2018

5 Ted Talks Worth Watching For Self-Improvement and Time Management

Dublin, Ireland


I watch a lot of Ted Talks, at least one a day. Today I'd like to share with you five Ted Talks I've enjoyed over the last three months. The talks I watch vary from nature to politics to technology. The talks I'll be sharing today focus more on self-development and time management.

1. Life is easy. Why do we make it so hard? | Jon Jandai | TEDxDoiSuthep

The first is a talk that gives a look at a new approach to life and a way of living that can bring happiness and success, if that it what you are looking for in life. It's definitely not for everyone but I find the simplicity in this talk and the evidence interesting.




2. How to stop screwing yourself over | Mel Robbins | TEDxSF

Time management is a quality I am constantly working on and this talk definietly lended me some tools to help gauge what is worth my time and what isn't. Time is precious and I do not take kindly to wasting it.




3.  When performing gets in the way of improving | Eduardo BriceƱo | TEDxManhattanBeach

This is a talk with ideas I have implemeted into my life and the way I learn and improve my existing skills. It's simple and oh so effective. I applied it to my longoarding when I started back in January and I am applying it to my rollerskating now. It's also helped remove fear of failure in my new position at work. Whereas I may have been afraid of making mistakes in my new posistion, I am quite content accepting that mistakes will be made and I am willing to learn and improve from them because I am aware of the low stake enviroment I put myself in.





4.  The Power of Zero Tolerance | Isabelle Mercier | TEDxStanleyPark

This is a powerful talk that will help isolate the 'hero' in you. Hopefuly you pick up some courage from this practical and logical way of dissecting your own values and needs.






5. The habits of highly boring people | Chris Sauve | TEDxCarletonU


I was telling M about this talk after I listened to it and he pretty much guessed everything that was oing to be said. None the less it is a very interesting talk and hopefully one you'll pick up a thing of two from. 



Thanks for reading. I hope you learned a thing or two to take with you. What was your favorite of the five talks?

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