TED Talks To Round Out Your Creative Year
As 2018 wraps up you may be feeling burnt out. Your ideas may not be so creative and you may just be looking forward to the holidays rather than thinking about how your work turns out. These great TED Talks delve into reimagining and refueling that creativity and productivity.
Linda Hill is a business professor at Harvard, and co-author of “Collective Genius”. Hill has spent her career observing some of the top creative companies, including Pixar and Google, to develop a set of tactics that help creative thinking and ideas flowing–and not just from the creative team.
Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian discusses how you can make a meme a successful social media presence in the world of Facebook and digital marketing.
Psychologist Shawn Achor offers a perspective that argues how happiness can inspire productivity and better work for everyone from children to adults.
Psychologist Adam Grant delves into the topic of how thinkers that come up with original ideas and take action on implementing those ideas in the real world. He addresses three habits of original thinkers in this talk, including welcoming and embracing failure.
Author Amy Tan looks into the development of her own creative process and asks us to think about how other creators find their own.
Julie Burstein is a writer and radio host that shares lessons in how creativity can prevail in the face of challenges, self-doubt and more in this talk. With insights from other creatives she has met with, she presents a thought-provoking dialogue on the nature of creativity.