Posts tagged ‘TED Talks’

The Power of Belief: Growth Mindset vs Fixed Mindset

Posted September 9, 2015 under Inspirational, Mindsetting | 2 Comments

The moment we believe that success is determined by an ingrained level of ability, we will be brittle in the face of adversity. These are words from Josh Waitzkin, a multi-talented athlete and author, who learned early on in his life, the power of belief and how it can help you succeed in life. Below, […]

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The Author of ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ Talks About Failure After Success, And Why It’s Okay

Posted May 14, 2014 under Inspirational | 1 Comment

Elizabeth Gilbert was once a struggling waitress. For six years she had no success as a writer, that is until her book ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ became a global bestseller. From a disorienting failure, she was catapulted in the blinding glare of fame, recognition and praise. But her story does not end there, in fact, it […]

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On Japan, Chinese Doctors and the World Map

Posted March 8, 2014 under Inspirational | No Comments

The way we think and view the world is mostly a product of the environment we grew up in. But that doesn’t mean we are limited to what we see, hear and experience around us. Literature, travel and technology, has allowed us to expand our view beyond our normal horizon; and it’s important for us […]

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This Woman Found True Love in an Online Dating Site. How She Did It will Amaze You.

Posted February 14, 2014 under Announcements, Inspirational | 1 Comment

Today, you’ll meet Amy Webb, a woman who had high standards when it comes to men, and that’s why she remained single for a long time. Then, she thought she’d try online dating sites to find his Prince Charming. At first, she’s having no luck. The guys she liked didn’t replied back, while those who […]

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This Video Will Make You Look At Stress In A Different Way

Posted September 29, 2013 under Inspirational, Mindsetting | No Comments

We don’t like stress, especially work-related stress. And studies have already shown that stress is connected to a lot of health problems such as diabetes, heart ailments, clinical depression and many others. Indeed, for so many years, stress has always been thought of as an enemy. That is until recently, when scientists are starting to […]

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Lisa Bu: How Books Can Open Your Mind

Posted July 12, 2013 under Inspirational | 2 Comments

When was the last time you read a book? I’d congratulate you if you’re reading one now or just recently finished one. For most of my friends, and many others I know, reading books has become a thing of the past – replaced by television, online videos and social networking. Call me “old school”, but […]

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Angela Lee Duckworth: The Key to Success? Grit

Posted May 12, 2013 under Mindsetting | 2 Comments

Richard St. John was able to discover the Eight Traits of Successful People. But if you ask Angela Lee Duckworth, she will say there’s only one key to success – and that is GRIT. What is grit? And why is it so important to have it if you want to achieve your goals? Instead of […]

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8 Traits of Successful People by Richard St. John

Posted April 20, 2013 under Inspirational | 6 Comments

Richard St. John is one of my favorite “informational” speaker. What’s an informational speaker? Well for me, it’s someone who inspires and motivates through facts and information, as against to others who simply use “big” words, if you know what I mean. 😀 Anyway, below is a TED Education adaptation of my favorite TED Talk […]

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Five Productive Things You Can Do This Long Weekend

Posted March 27, 2013 under Productivity | 7 Comments

It’s Holy Week and people would either be going out of town, or staying home. If you’re part of the latter who decided on doing a “staycation” (like me) – then below are five activities you might want to consider doing. They’re all simple and easy, and won’t take up much of your time – […]

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Ludwick Marishane: A Bath Without Water

Posted January 12, 2013 under Business, Inspirational | No Comments

It’s been awhile since I shared a TED video here, so that’s what I’m doing today. Below, is 2011 Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year Award recipient, Ludwick Marishane, talking about how he turned a simple, and almost silly idea, into a product that can change lives. His bright business venture? A bath-substituting lotion called […]

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Derek Sivers: How to Start a Movement

Posted November 11, 2012 under Inspirational | 1 Comment

I first saw this viral video a few years ago and it’s amusing to see it still being shared on social networks until now. It’s the video of a “crazy dancing guy” during the Sasquatch Music Festival back in 2009. The original video is here, but instead of showing you that one, I decided to […]

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Thomas Suarez: A 12-year-old App Developer

Posted April 28, 2012 under Inspirational | 6 Comments

Nobody is ever too young to become an inventor and an entrepreneur. And there’s no greater proof of that today than Thomas Suarez, a 12-year-old mobile software developer who I am featuring today. If you didn’t “Google” who Thomas was when I mentioned him in my post, 20 Excuses That Losers Tell Themselves, then here’s […]

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