9 mind-expanding TED talks to watch if you've only got 10 minutes
Big ideas can come in small packages.
Take TED talks, the beloved lectures on technology, entertainment, and design. Some of the most insightful talks don't take up more than 10 minutes of the viewer's time.
They're perfect for when you want to expand your horizons and still get to that thing you've been meaning to do.
Here are some talks to turn to if you want to get smarter in a hurry.
"How to speak so that people want to listen" by Julian Treasure
"Get ready for hybrid thinking" by Ray Kurzweil
"I listen to color" by Neil Harbisson
"5 dangerous things you should let your kids do" by Gever Tulley
"The next outbreak? We're not ready" by Bill Gates
"The hidden power of smiling" by Ron Gutman
"Grit: the power of passion and perseverance" by Angela Duckworth
"Let's try emotional correctness" by Sally Kohn
"Forget multitasking, try monotasking" by Paolo Cardini