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Når flodheste spiser din gode idé? Om vigtigheden af research.

I denne TedTalk fortæller Sirolli om de, for ham, syv meget indflydelsesrige år han brugte på forskellige udviklingsprojekter i Afrika. Den slående historie kommer fra Zambia, hvor han, i en gruppe af italienere, besluttede at nu skulle de lære de zambiere at dyrke flotte italienske tomater og zucchinier – så skulle den hungersnød nok forsvinde! 455 more words

Marketing

The Justification of Gay

One of my fraternity brothers posted this on their Facebook this morning. It’s a really great TedTalk. It’s an interesting approach to the justification that homosexuality is genetic and not a choice. 453 more words

LGBT

Speaking of Zombies...

Canadian Ashoka Fellow, Donna Morton, in her Tedx talk in British Colombia, highlights the ways in which we all participate and perpetuate a zombie economy through our status quo actions in everyday life. 20 more words

Social Innovation

Giles Duley, "I can only tell you what my eyes see" published in London this week

Filmed March 2012 at TEDxObserver

Photographer Giles Duley launches his new book I can only tell you what my eyes see in London this week. The book includes images from Duley’s 2015-2016 travel, documenting the refugee crisis across the Middle East and Europe. 466 more words

Dramaturgy

Writing on Purpose

Can a simple writing assignment teach more than academic skills? A 9th grade English I class at Garinger High and a 10th grade English II class at Charlotte Country Day engaged in a Pen Pal project are learning the answer is a resounding “Yes!” Watch this Ted talk to learn from this teacher: … 9 more words

Video

What I Learned From Angela Ahrendts, Ken Robinson, and Martin Lambie-Nairn

this“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is… 506 more words

Creativity

Exactly This...

Today’s TED is from Tim Ferriss on Why you should define your fears instead of your goals.

“The hard choices — what we most fear doing, asking, saying — are very often exactly what we need to do. 155 more words

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