About Mia

Bio

O traiectorie furtunoasa, monser...

Languages

English, Romanian

Areas of Expertise

Training & Development, Health & Nutrition, Health & Lifestyle Management

An idea worth spreading

Evolutia ideilor poate sa fie la fel de productiva ca si evolutia biologica.
Pentru asta educatia, sau mai bine zis deschiderea la minte, e o conditie esentiala.
Vehicularea de idei si dezbaterea lor mi se pare ca poate aduce atat profit economic cat si deliciu intelectual...cate lucruri in lumea asta pot imbina atat de eficient economicul si umanul?

I'm passionate about

evolution, ideas, debates

Talk to me about

descoperiri in felul cum functioneaza creierul, cum invatam, dieta si nutritie, istorie si arta...stiinta.....pretty much everything that's human

People don't know I'm good at

cant prost dar ce minunat dansez :-)

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Mia Dragostin
Posted over 4 years ago
Our idea is to engage the workplace in Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution. To teach 350,000 employees how to cook and experience fresh foods.
great idea...only that the companies should be aware that those cooking skills need time to practice them....just think - buy them, prepare/cook takes at least one hour...and compare this with the time needed to buy a ready-made meal....and more, the employee might like to work only 7 hours instead of 9, so s/he goes home and cook that healthy meal....would the companies be willing to trade time against sickness pay...well, this is good to find out....just a thought :-)
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Mia Dragostin
Posted over 4 years ago
Should anyone be able to upload their TEDTalk to TED.com?
yes, yes and yes...it seems to me a lot of people are concerned about the quality of the presentations, and feel comfortable that someone else did the judging before and gives them the guarantee that they'll spend valuable time watching it ....well, real life is not like this....we were fortunate enough with ted's care and attention, but i think that it is the time for viewers to grow up, and judge with their own minds....and there's something more...i dont think that someone would ever publish something on ted without making sure that is valuable - at least from that person's point of view...i think that this is the most valuable thing-the effort people who want to publish put on it....how much learning and discovery could trigger this thing at the very basic level of non-famous people with a spark in their heads...so to conclude...yes, yes and again, yes