Ted Talks is most famous for its innovative ideas and motivational speech. Whenever you are feeling low or seeking inspiration then following ted talk videos is for you.
1. Challenging yourself is the key to achieving your endeavors by Spoorthi Vishwas
Spoorthi Vishwas is the founder and director of Indian Women Achievers and Karnataka Women Achievers Awards. She is a successful actress, author, and entrepreneur.
In the video, she is telling us about you are the greatest taskmaster and that only one decision can change your whole life. She also added that the hardest decisions have the most effective outcomes.
2. How to Get Your Brain to Focus by Chris Bailey
Chris Bailey wrote the Hyperfocus book which is the most prominent and it has been published in sixteen languages. In this video, he talks about his research which is about how much attention we pay to our tasks and how we can even be more creative.
3. The Puzzle of Motivation by Dan Pink
Dan Pink is a career analyst and he talks about the ways of motivating people more effectively and yourself as well. Dank Pink explains the puzzle through several stories. Listen to solve this puzzle of motivation. This video was published in 2009 but it’s still useful after over 13 years.
4. Inside the Mind of a master procrastinator by Tim Urban
Tim Urban is the co-founder of three firms: TruePrep, Wait But Why, and ArborBridge, and as well as he is most popular writers on the Internet.
In this video, he explains YouTube Binges, rabbit holes, and bouts of staring out the window and encourages us to think harder about what we’re procrastinating on hilariously.
5. How to motivate yourself to change your behavior by Tali Sharot
Tali Sharot is a neuroscientist at University College London and also she is visiting Professor at Harvard Medical School. In this video, she talks about the actions which change our actions and she tells three ingredients to doing what is good for yourself.
6. The 3 A’s of Awesome by Neil Pasricha
Neil Pasricha is a New York Times bestselling author of an amazing 10 books and journals, a public speaker, entrepreneur, and podcaster. If you are feeling blue then this video is for you. This video is full of surprises and unexpected and you will end up falling in love with Neil’s philosophy.
7. Try Something New for 30 Days by Matt Cutts
Matt Cutts is a software engineer. In this video, he shared the lessons and changes he faced. Matt talks about how we find ourselves stuck in making changes and he suggests in this video that pick any new habit and try it for 30 days consistently.
8. The psychology of self-motivation by Scott Geller
Scott Geller is a professor at Virginia Tech and Director of the Center for Applied Behavior Systems in the Department of Psychology. In the video, he talks about how we can motivate ourselves and explains the phrase “beyond boundaries” with important rules and restrictions.
9. How to stay calm when you know you’ll be stressed by Daniel Levitin
Daniel Levitin is a neuroscientist, writer, musician, and record producer. He explains how to handle stress and ways to avoid making critical mistakes in every kind of circumstance and most significantly in stressful situations. He further explains about failure and how to think of them positively.
10. Love Letters to Strangers by Hannah Brencher
Hannah Brencher is a writer and she writes about mental health, tough stuff, faith, and community. She explains that her mother always used to write letters to her and all the ideas of Love Letters to Strangers came from. She wrote love letters when she felt depressed after college and left them for strangers to find.