Ideas Worth Spreading
If I am in the mood to learn new things, without it being too intense, I love to watch TED talks every once in a while. As their mission states: It is ideas worth spreading. So, this week’s blog post will be all about the ideas I think are worth spreading. Read on as I’ll be sharing my fave TED talks!
You can grow new brain cells
Good news, you can grow new brain cells! Neuroscientist Sandrine Thure is elaborating on how we can help our brains to do so.
Why we have too few women leaders
If you haven’t read (or aren’t convinced yet) Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In, go on and watch the super short version in het TED Talk. Sandberg explains why it is important to have women at C-level positions from beyond the feminism perspective.
Why you don’t like your own voice
Ever heard your voice in a video or audio clip and been surprised with how weird you actually sound? I know, right! Well apparently, everyone has it (maybe Adele and her extraordinary voice being the exception). MIT research assistant Rebecca Kleinberger helps us to understand why you don’t like your own voice.
What about you? What do you think of these ideas? Also, I’m curious to see what the ideas are that you find worth spreading. Let us know in the comments below!