The art of focus – a crucial ability | Christina Bengtsson | TEDxGöteborg

The art of focus – a crucial ability | Christina Bengtsson | TEDxGöteborg

Translator: Hiroko Kawano Reviewer: Peter van de Ven In the fall of 2005, I find myself at the Military World Championship in shooting. I’m in the lead in the final, and I have one shot left to shoot. The target is 50 metres away, and the ten is 10.4 millimetres. What is it that determines

The Art of Letting Go | The Minimalists | TEDxFargo

Translator: Morgane Quilfen Reviewer: Helena Bedalli Joshua: My name is Joshua Fields Millburn and this is Ryan Nicodemus. Together, we run a website called theminimalists.com and we promise the folks we’d kick things off this afternoon with something inspirational, (Laughter) something to get you all excited. (Cheers) So, I’d like to talk about something uplifting.

Healing illness with the subconscious mind | Danna Pycher | TEDxPineCrestSchool

Healing illness with the subconscious mind | Danna Pycher | TEDxPineCrestSchool

Translator: Queenie Lee Reviewer: Peter van de Ven What if I told you, you might not be who you think you are? What if I told you that your very perception or idea of who you are has been weaved into your mind over time? What if you don’t agree with what your mind has

Own Your Behaviours, Master Your Communication, Determine Your Success | Louise Evans | TEDxGenova

Own Your Behaviours, Master Your Communication, Determine Your Success | Louise Evans | TEDxGenova

Translator: Hui chu Chen I’d like to introduce you to these five chairs because they are actually the real protagonists of my talk. They have a special message to give to all of us, and the message is about what behaviors and attitudes we bring into the world in every moment. Now, to show you

Sheena Iyengar: The art of choosing

Sheena Iyengar: The art of choosing

Today, I’m going to take you around the world in 18 minutes. My base of operations is in the U.S., but let’s start at the other end of the map, in Kyoto, Japan, where I was living with a Japanese family while I was doing part of my dissertational research 15 years ago. I knew