About this event: Our event is about this moment, where people are paralyzed by fear. We would like to show examples of courage, regardless of when or how they've happened. Our speakers will tell you stories about paradigm shifts and courage.
Event details: Wrocław, Dolnośląskie, Poland · April 24, 2021
For almost three decades, John Francis has been a planetwalker, traveling the globe by foot and sail with a message of environmental respect and responsibility (for 17 of those years without speaking). A funny, thoughtful talk with occasional banjo.
Coming to us from 50 years in the future, legendary sci-fi writer Kim Stanley Robinson tells the "history" of how humanity ended the climate crisis and restored the damage done to Earth's biosphere. A rousing vision of how we might unite to overcome the greatest challenge of our time.
About this event: We have always been taught to lead a conventional life. Consequently, we fear to take any risks that might eventually bring that one change in our lives we have been yearning for. We all deserve to live a life that we love from the inside-out and outside-in. It’s time to stop feeling like we’re being pulled in a million different directions and ...
Event details: Majitar, Sikkim, India · October 6, 2018
About this event: Students will be hearing from a diverse range of speakers on topics ranging from the pressures facing women in trying to have it all and whether education without virtues is bankrupt, through to reflections on the world of politics and dealing with the 'fear of the blank page'.
Event details: London, London, City of, United Kingdom · June 30, 2016
Cross-posted from Chris Anderson on Medium
Today you may have heard that TED announced a rather unusual experiment with Audible. I’m pretty excited about what we’re doing here and want to share some thoughts.
Broadcast journalist Jad Abumrad once said that the most powerful thing about audio is what it lacks … that is: pictures. When a h...
About this event: TEDxLaSierraUniversity will return November 8, 2019 with “Through it All.” The day will be a search for the victories, humanity, and lessons that can be found when we push through to the other side of fear, destruction, apathy, and pain. Join us as we continue the journey we started in 2014 with “The Possible.”
Event details: Riverside, California, United States · November 8, 2019
About this event: Do not fear the unknown, embrace it.
For it is only when we are suspended in mid-air, with no landing in sight, that we force our wings to unravel, and thus begin our flight.
At TEDxChoiceSchool, we aim to Push boundaries, cross limits and go where no one else has ever been before, we aim to explore the Uncharted Realms.
Event details: Cochin, Kerala, India · January 25, 2017
A founding member of the Axis of Evil Comedy Tour, standup comic Maz Jobrani riffs on the challenges and conflicts of being Iranian-American -- "like, part of me thinks I should have a nuclear program; the other part thinks I can't be trusted ..."
Raised listening to his dad's old records, Joey Alexander plays a brand of sharp, modern piano jazz that you likely wouldn't expect to hear from a pre-teenager. Listen as the 11-year-old delights the TED crowd with his very special performance of a Thelonious Monk classic.
About this event: Come Together at The Stag Theatre Sevenoaks on Sat 18th Sept to hear from our 9 thought provoking experts in there given fields.
9 talks on topics ranging from Autism, Health and wellbeing, How Fear can hold us back and our precious planet to name a few.
Event details: Sevenoaks, Kent, United Kingdom · September 17, 2021
About this event: The TEDxKalamata 2015 theme is about the unique moment before someone takes a transformative, very first step. The moment when one’s heart stops beating, all fear is let go, thoughts and feelings find stillness and a big leap forward it taken which profoundly changes everything.
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” – Lao Tzu
Event details: kalamata, Messinia, Greece · June 27, 2015
About this event: Third TEDxBelgrade is about new views, since, acording to Maya calendar, the old World is going to be destroyed on 21. December 2012.
We tried to show how bad science is used to make confussion and fear about doom day. We also, showed the easiest ways how to destroy world, and how to make a new and better one.
Event details: Belgrade, Serbia · December 22, 2012
About this event: Talks discussed:
Michael Shellenberger: How Fear of Nuclear Power is Hurting the Environment
Monica Araya: A Small Country with Big Ideas to Get Rid of Fossil Fuels
Taylor Wilson: The Future of Energy
Total Attendees: 12
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Event details: Santa Clara, Utah, United States · January 22, 2018
About this event: This year's theme centers on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the need to keep moving forward on all fronts. We have 12 amazing speakers talking about antiracist education, the nature of fear, islamophobia, and accessibility of science and so much more!
Event details: Edison, New Jersey, United States · February 25, 2021
In 2017, Scott Williams highlighted the invaluable role of informal caregivers within society on the TED@Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany stage. Since then, over a million have seen his talk. Williams joins curator Bruno Giussani to discuss the influence of his talk both within Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, and on the general public.
As different as we humans are from one another, we all age along the same great sequence, and the shared patterns of our lives pass into the pages of the books we love. In this moving talk, journalist Joshua Prager explores the stages of life through quotations from Norman Mailer, Joyce Carol Oates, William Trevor and other great writers, set to...
In this lovely talk, TED Fellow Ryan Holladay shares his experiment with "location-aware music." This programming and musical feat involves hundreds of geotagged segments of sounds that only play when a listener is physically nearby, creating a magical sense of presence.
About this event: This event can help students to find their dreams. Also, it can encourage students who have their own dreams to challenge without fear. It is just because we selected lecturers who are expertise at the field which students are likely to be interested. So, they can think about their dreams and other ideas with that kind of field or others after t...
Event details: Changwon, Gyeongsangnamdo, South Korea · March 26, 2016
About this event: What is it that gets your pulse beating faster? Social injustice, climate change, fear of the unknown, or is it a beautifully designed chair, technology, a new discovery or an encounter with an inspirational person? The speakers of the third edition of TEDxMarrakesh investigate many of these issues. Some will leave questions hanging and others m...
Event details: Marrakech Medina, Morocco · September 21, 2013
About this event: In Korean ‘Tal’ is a prefix which means ‘getting out of’. As the fourth industrial revolution becomes closer to our lives, our society is rapidly changing. Some people tend to fear this phenomenon. However, ‘Tal’ is not something unfamiliar to us. We got out of the apes while walking upright, and we got out of nomadic life through the agricultur...
Event details: Gwanak-gu, Seoul Teugbyeolsi, South Korea · May 24, 2019
About this event: What does change mean to you? It can evoke excitement in some and strike fear into others. Change in our world appears to be accelerating whether it’s technology, science or politics – locally and globally. Nature, science, technology, community – the component parts of our world meet again for an exciting day of talks in Totnes.
Event details: Devon, Devon, United Kingdom · May 11, 2017