October 30, 2023

Ideas Worth Spreading


Posted by Sharmarke Hujale


1 min read

Hey guys,

How are you?

This week I was unsure about what to write about and share in the newsletter. This doesn't always happen, but occasionally it does, and I'm okay with that.

As you can guess from the title and subtitle, this week's newsletter will be a bit different from the usual ones I send.

But it still perfectly fits with the A Bit of Inspiration newsletter.

I'm sharing my top 10 favorite TED Talks that I've watched throughout the years, in no particular order.

You might have seen some of them, while others could be new to you. These are the ones that have expanded my horizons and changed my perspective:

  1. Do schools kill creativity? by Sir Ken Robinson
  2. The power of vulnerability by Brené Brown
  3. How great leaders inspire action by Simon Sinek
  4. Grit: The power of passion and perseverance by Angela Lee Duckworth
  5. The power of introverts by Susan Cain
  6. How to get your ideas to spread by Seth Godin
  7. How your brain responds to stories by Karen Eber
  8. Creativity is a remix by Kirby Ferguson
  9. Why specializing early doesn't always mean career success by David Epstein
  10. How to Find Attention, Mindfulness, and Creativity in the Ordinary by Bill Keaggy​​


Before leaving you off the hook, what's your favorite TED Talk video(s)? Please share it with me either through email or DM me on X.

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Until next time,

Stay inspired!


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