Great TED Talks for Regret

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Kathryn Schulz: Don’t regret regret

As much as we try to avoid, regrets are a part of life. In this warm and accepting TED Talk, writer Kathryn Schultz will make use of her own life experiences- and regrets- to argue why we should welcome it rather than fear it.

Brené Brown: The power of vulnerability

Brené Brown is a researcher and storyteller that makes use of her own personal history to launch a conversation about the human capacity to form bonds, to love and to empathize with others. This lighthearted and animated talk will both move and engage you.

Monica Lewinsky: The price of shame

Monica Lewinsky refers to her own experience in the ’90s tho bring attention to the dangerous and hurting practice of public shaming, especially today when you can post any opinion online for the world to see.

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Daniel Goldstein: The battle between your present and your future self

In this lecture, cognitive psychologist Daniel Goldstein addresses the never-ending battle between our decisions of today and the following consequences of tomorrow. He aims to help us make intelligent choices, always having in mind our future self.

Barry Schwartz: The paradox of choice

Through compelling and rational arguments, psychologist Barry Schwartz discusses the concept of freedom of choice in modern society, and how instead of giving the sensation of liberty and happiness, it frustrated and paralyzed.

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