Shane Koyczan: "To This Day" ... for the bullied and beautiful via TED. Inspiring words by a bully turned poet

"To This Day," his spoken-word poem about bullying, captivated millions as a viral video. Here, he gives a glorious, live reprise with backstory and violin accompaniment by Hannah Epperson.

Amy Cuddy: Power Poses. How you act can impact how you feel. So go ahead - Strike a pose! You'll feel better and more confident.

Amy Cuddy: Power Poses by PopTech. Amy Cuddy revealed that we can actually change feelings we have about our own status through the physical positions we take with our bodies.

Britta Riley: A garden in my apartment via TED

Britta Riley wanted to grow her own food (in her tiny apartment in New York). So she and her friends developed a system for growing plants in discarded plastic bottles.

Sir Ken Robinson: Bring on the learning revolution! He challenges the way we educate our children. A must see for anyone who has children or who teaches!

Ken Robinson says schools kill creativity. Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.

"Like Lilly Like Wilson," by TAYLOR MALI. I will change the world one 8th grader at a time. Love it!

"Like Lilly Like Wilson," by TAYLOR MALI. I will change the world one grader at a time.

The Power of Story by Landor Unleash. Stories are powerful. We put together this little demonstration to inspire our people make more emotional connections.

The Power of Story -- short video -- love the points! Love how they put it together -- any business can also do to share their biz stories.

▶ RSA Animate - Superfreakonomics - YouTube. Are we really as altruistic as we think?

RSA Animate - Superfreakonomics (Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner)

Compost-Fueled Cars: Wouldn't That Be Great? - Onion Talks - Ep. 1. I am a great fan of TED talks and this parody is just hilarious! There is a fine line between ideas worth spreading and spreading non-ideas.

Young media professional Cameron Hughes delivers a compelling argument for his vision of the future--one filled with cars powered by compost.

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