Fahad Zaki

Karachi, Pakistan

About Fahad

Languages

English, Urdu

An idea worth spreading

Thinking about consequences before taking actions.

I'm passionate about

Helping people.

Talk to me about

Lessons you have learnt | Stuff that inspires you | Your Favorite videos | Funny comments on TED etc. etc.

People don't know I'm good at

Watching paint dry :)

My TED story

I saw a video (TEDTalk). I liked it. Then I searched about TED and I came to this site. Loved the idea of sharing ideas to make a positive impact on people. The videos were inspiring. The people seemed to be serious about solving problems in this world. So I felt like contributing.

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Fahad Zaki
Posted almost 2 years ago
Jake Barton: The museum of you
. The 9/11 Memorial Museum is a beautiful dedication for those who were killed in the attack and a priceless gift for their families & our future generations. Thank you Jake Barton and all the people involved in this project.
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Fahad Zaki
Posted about 2 years ago
Jackson Katz: Violence against women—it's a men's issue
- I believe that correcting / condemning sexist/racist comments given by peers during conversations and gatherings is a good thing. I do it myself. But I'm not sure if this will reduce the number of cases of domestic violence dramatically. 1- Ads teaching/guiding people how to respond and not react in anger (in different scenarios), will help. 2-a- Identification of potential abuse victims OR people who have lived a traumatic childhood OR Emotionally unstable people. 2-b- Providing education on dealing with anger/trauma, giving them choices/role models, helping them set and achieve a simple goal will help.
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Fahad Zaki
Posted about 2 years ago
Shekhar Kapur: We are the stories we tell ourselves
- This, technique, might be helpful in the brain storming and idea generation sessions. But I would not recommend this technique for the actual day of the shoot/day of action. A director is the captain of the ship. Imagine a captain in a 'state of panic'.