Keep reading about the funniest, most popular and inspiring best TED Talks of all the time. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you the answer. For those unfamiliar, TED, an abbreviation that stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design, functions as a media community that welcomes the eminent professionals from different aspects of life including science, culture, technology, and business. Globally famous TED conferences and talks, projects, and lessons tend to inspire, spread and share ideas through the world. Concerning the rules of participating in popular talks, it is worth mentioning the duration of videos for public share. Even though TED topics were originally emphasized on technology and design only, today they cover culture, business, and education. TED talks are not just for the grownups but the kids as well.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the popular and inspiring best TED Talks of all the time from their list.
The first one is Teach girls bravery, not perfection. As an education activist, brave Reshma Saujani initiates young women to be involved in the streaming technology of modern society. The boys are not the only one who needs to be encouraged; the girls should also be taught the same skills and how to confront the imperfections, claims Reshma. The second talk is Success is a continuous journey. Even though Richard St. Jones uses work to measure the levels of success, in this talk and according to his book, this can also be applied to every area of our lives. Whether love, family, health or school, Richard’s main message is to mix love with everything and there comes the success.The last one for today is Letting go of God. We are continuing our list of top 35 funniest, most popular and inspiring best TED talks of all time with the talk that is hashtagged as funny, and Julia who approached this topic as a stand-up comedian rather than dealing seriously with the question of God’s existing. Despite our beliefs and belonging to the certain religion, we should never stop asking questions and wonder. Julia’s talk is funny and humorous, and she definitely has a gut to talk freely! Bravo!
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