International Women’s Day:
Top 13 Inspirational TED Talks Every Woman Should Watch
We are so fortunate to have a platform like TED Talk to bring awareness to the plight of women locally and internationally. It’s such a bold and beautiful step into the right direction. Women now have an intellectual platform to broadcast their powerful messages. Women are now better able to make positive changes on a global scale.
Women from all over the world now have the means to get access to this stage, so they can reclaim their goddess roles.
I believe a platform like this, will help women learn how to unite and merge together to form harmony for the greater good of humanity. Let’s use this nationally recognized and celebrated, International Women’s Day to band together because segregation is not the answer, unity is the key.
We all need to come to an equal consciousness that will unite us, as the famous saying states, divided we fall, but united we stand #HealthyWealthyHappy #KerryAnnIngram Click To Tweet
It’s 2016 and things are still very challenging for woman across the planet. The saddest part of it all is, we’re a collective of powerful, bright and brilliant woman, but we’re NOT supporting each other like we should. We allow envy, jealousy and pain to cripple our community of women. We truly need to step up and commit to uprooting this craziness so that we can move into the future with a dynamic force of unstoppable power for the sisterhood, which will create real and lasting change.
My favourite piece of knowledge is to know that, once you educate and empower a girl, you are empowering and educating the entire nation because girls will (if kept alive and safe), grow into women, who then become the teachers and knowledge gatekeepers that will pass on all their knowledge through teachings to others, namely to the younger generations.
In honour of International Women’s Day, on Tuesday March 8, 2016. I wanted to give you some inspiration to help move you through whatever it is you might be going through at this time. I wanted to share with you some awesome and inspirational content from some of the world’s most amazing women. My hope is, after you’ve read my humble words and viewed the videos, you’ll feel a shift of positive change happening within your mind, body and soul so you’ll be able to “Do Better to Be Better” for yourself and for the world at large.
Let us make a conscious decision to start supporting, uplifting and loving ourselves and others, so we can transfer that positive energy into the world. Once we do that we can inspire other women to follow our lead, to love themselves and to send love and support out to every other women/goddesses they meet.
My humble advice is to learn to cultivate peace and love from within so you can manifest it into the world to form a better world.
Below you’ll find 13 inspirational TED Talk videos from 13 inspirational women from across the globe.
“Brené Brown studies human connection and in this talk she talks about vulnerability and why it’s essentially vital to the success of our relationships.”
“As an author, Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice.”
“As finance executive Mellody Hobson says, it’s a “conversational third rail.” But, she says, that’s exactly why we need to start talking about it. In this engaging, persuasive talk, Hobson makes the case that speaking openly about race — and particularly about diversity in hiring — makes for better businesses and a better society.” -From TED Talk
“Arianna Huffington shares a small idea that can awaken much bigger ones: the power of a good night’s sleep.” -From TED Talk
“The Nobel Prize winner from Liberia shares powerful stories about the unlocked potential of girls worldwide.”
“A talk suited for women of all ages! Amy Cuddy, a psychologist and Harvard Business School professor, explains how our posture and body language shape how we see ourselves and how others see us.”
“Journalist Meera Vijayann speaks honestly about her experience of gender violence in her home country of India.”
“Neuroscientist, Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor shares with us what it was like to observe her own stroke as it was happening.”
“Public policy expert Anne-Marie Slaughter made an impact with her 2012 article, “Why women still can’t have it all.” Watch while she explains the dramatic shift in work culture, public policy and social mores and how it can lead to more equality for both men and women.”
Now, I want to challenge you. In the comments below let me know how one or all of the 13 videos impacted your life today. Did you learn something new?
Also, If you feel I’ve somehow missed a video that could have been added to this pile — please let me know so I can add them.
Remember, share this with your tribe and love ones. It might be the right inspiration they need to hear to light a fire under their butt’s to go out and create real change in the world.
Remember, you’re here to enhance the world with your light, love, and joy, so go out and brighten someone’s world today.
With a heart full of love and tons of gratitude,
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