The fourth instalment to the series which aims to make your hours behind your desk that bit easier. This tip should keep you inspired.
Tip Number Four: Watch TED talks.
I became aware of TED talks in 2007 and ever since I’ve been hooked.
TED is a non profit organisation set up to spread interesting ideas. Originally focusing on Technology Education Design (TED), but now encompassing a vast range of subjects, everything from horse puppetry to the future of wireless medicine.
You can read more about TED here.
I think it’s worth stopping for a second and taking note of the amazing value of the internet. We are now lucky enough to able to watch and listen to some of the most knowledgeable experts from around the globe talk about their most cutting edge and exciting work and ideas, all from and comfort of our own home, for free. It’s an example of the internet at it’s greatest.
Some of the TED talks have entertained me, informed me, challenged my opinion, inspired me and even moved me to tears. The best have all at once.
My challenge to you is to watch a TED video a week. It will make you a better artist and more importantly, a better human.
Here are a couple to start you on your way…
If you you find any inspiring TED talks be sure to share them with us, particularly if they are circus related! As ever, if you have any suggestions please leave a comment below.