Hundreds of talks from independently organized TEDx events around the world are published on the TEDxTalks website weekly.
Each Tuesday, we’ll choose four of our favorites, highlighting just a few of the enlightening talks from TEDx community, and its diverse constellation of ideas worth spreading. Browse all TEDxTalks here »
Instead of being overwhelmed by the devastation wrought by illness in Nigeria, Magdalena Goyheneix found hope. Putting a human face on the shocking health statistics, she reminds us that each life is worth saving. (In Spanish with English subtitles.)
1992, Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld joined his team on a practice skydive. Six weeks later, he emerged from a coma to discover that his plane had crashed and most of his team was dead. In this talk, he shares how he found the courage to return to competitive skydiving.
What does family mean to us? Eight-year-olds Jay and Callum answer (with examples).
Tess Dunn draws musical inspiration from her battle with cystic fibrosis. At TEDxSantaCruz, she gives a riveting performance from her 2009 album “Darling Just Walk,” which she recorded with help from the Make-a-Wish foundation.