TED Ideas Worth Spreading

I was loging into my blog dashboard this morning, wondering what to write about this morning, when I saw a WordPress Blog Post on TED.

TED is a website containing videos of conferences from many speakers on a ton of subjects. Of course, I typed in “creativity” in the search tool immediately.

And I found 2 very awesome ones I thought you should really see!!

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Elizabeth Gilbert: A different way to think about creative genius.

WOAH this woman is a fabulous speaker! She has humour and it makes it all fun and light, but still puts interesting ideas and visions forward.

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Also check out Amy Tan on Where does creativity hide?

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4 responses to “TED Ideas Worth Spreading

  1. I looooove Elizabeth Guilbert! If you haven’t already, you should definitely read «Eat, Pray, love»!

  2. Oh my gosh, I just found out about TED literally yesterday and I stumbles upon–and was memorized by–Elizabeth Guilbert, (and thoroughly appreciated Amy Tan’s serendipitous theme as well!) Also, MOMA design curator Paola Antonelli’s talk about “Design and the Elastic Mind” is very very cool, and definitely worth checking out:
    (http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/paola_antonelli_previews_design_and_the_elastic_mind.html)

    All very inspiring! So glad to see you’re spreading such inspo!

    P.S. (Its funny that there seems to be “trends” in the online world…and how things spread (i.e. popular YouTube videos.) Its nice to see that it also extends to things that are not slapstick).

  3. Thanks for sharing. Amy Tan is one of my favorite authors.

  4. I love Ted! and your website – i just found it.

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