5 TED Talks By Women That Inspire Us
I love to binge watch. Sometimes it's sci-fi on Netflix, but more often you will find me cozied up with some popcorn and a slew of TED talks. Here are some of my favorite talks by women. They inspire me, make me laugh, and help me see the world from different angles.
Caroline McHugh: The Art of Being Yourself
"Most of us don't take up much of the space that the Universe intended for us." Carolyn McHugh is absolutely brilliant at helping people to see their light and find that unique spark that exists in each one of us. I've watched this talk a number of times and I pick up something new every time I see it.
Elizabeth Gilbert: Your Elusive Creative Genius
Elizabeth Gilbert has always had an interest in creativity and how it works, culminating in her most recent book Big Magic. In this clip, she discusses the idea that everyone has a "genius" that inspires them to create.
Brene Brown: The Power of Vulnerability
Researcher Brene Brown shares insight from her research on human connection and how we are hardwired to feel empathy, love, and a desire to belong.
Caroline Casey: Looking Past Limitations
Activist Caroline Casey has an incredible story to tell, and it will challenge your perceptions about limitations. She will inspire you to change your story around the labels that you define yourself by.
Susan Cain: The Power of Introverts
This is an amazing talk about how we allow social norms to define us.