About Jon

Bio

I work with Corporates and NFPs to "Deliver Messages with Impact". This includes speaker training, community engagement, event management and event design. An explorer of life, success and happiness. I love sharing ideas about the possibility that life can always get better.

I also volunteer with for programs that work with Youth, Youth at Risk and Social Enterprise.

TED Conferences

TEDActive 2015, TEDActive 2014, TEDActive 2013, TEDActive 2011

Areas of Expertise

Brainstorming solutions / problem solving to improve participati, Networker

An idea worth spreading

What if we co-create with others for a better world?

I'm passionate about

Learning, sharing, inspiring, expanding, youth, social enterprise

Talk to me about

growth and learning, productivity, networking, popular science, group dynamics, people, food, culture, travel, lifestyle, youth entrepreneurship and social enterprise

People don't know I'm good at

catalyzing broad unrelated topics and thoughts, GTD

My TED story

TEDxMelbourne organiser. Passionate connector.

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Jon Yeo
Posted about 2 years ago
Phil Hansen: Embrace the shake
I love this talk and its a great way to view how perspective changes things and why embracing our uniqueness is something we don't do enough of.
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Jon Yeo
Posted over 2 years ago
Juan Enriquez: Will our kids be a different species?
Wow. Thats interesting. Never heard of Silicon Valley Syndrome. I know that Einstein didnt talk until very late as did a number of great physicists. I probably saw that SciAm article. I pretty much read all of the ones that have topics around mind or quantum mechanics. I hate labels. Fascinating insight. Thanks. Don't suppose you are going to TEDActive in Feb?
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Jon Yeo
Posted about 3 years ago
Juan Enriquez: Will our kids be a different species?
What if autism was not a "negative" but an acute version of a specific skill set that we can fully utilise? Yes there are factors that make their actions "not acceptable" to outsiders but what do these people have that is not available to the "average" person? Just a thought