3 TED Talks From Inspiring Women

I love  a good TED talk, I don’t often get a lot of spare time but when I do I like to find talks by amazing, inspirational and kick-arse women.

For those of you who are wondering what TED talks are, TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks, most of the videos are around 20 minutes or less. Ted talks are motivational ways to improve your life, while learning a variety of new “life tricks” and many self improvement techniques.

The majority of talks I have watched are really bloody good, they aim to inspire you, make you ask questions and really think deeply about certain topics. I have recently watched a few fantastic ones and wanted to share them with you today, they reflect what I talk about in my “Sisterhood Series” and I have no doubt that they will inspire you to go forth and kick some arse!

It’s time to treat yourself to a TED, go pour yourself a cuppa, make yourself comfy and press play… 

Leymah Gbowee: Unlock the intelligence, passion, greatness of girls

Sheryl Sandberg: Why we have too few women leaders

Eve Ensler: Suddenly, my body

For even more inspiration, you should check out some of my recent Sister Series posts:

Shannon Clarke - Editor, The Wild Hideaway
Shannon Clarke - Editor, The Wild Hideaway

Shannon is a travel and lifestyle writer with a keen taste for global adventure – whether it be snorkeling in the waters of Fiji, or exploring the art and architecture of Barcelona. When Melbourne calls her back home, she spends most of her time exploring and planning weekend road trips. To fund all of her trips, Shannon is a freelance writer and marketer – she was named the Australian Young Marketer of the year in 2017!

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  1. Krista Williams
    July 2015 / 5:18 pm

    wow! I love this!

    I just came across the blog and really enjoy the angle and refreshing take. I love these Ted talks, and will listen today! Thank you, Thank you!
    Krista Williams

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