Great TED Talks for Social Skills

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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.

Guy Winch: Why we all need to practice emotional first aid

Guy Winch is a psychologist and author that incentivizes the practice of emotional hygiene; that is, listening to our feelings and emotions, just as we would listen to physical symptoms, and seek professional mental health when need – which, turns out, is often.

Celeste Headlee: 10 ways to have a better conversation

Experience in conversations is not what lacks Celeste Headlee, a radio host and writer. From years of successful talks and interviews, Celeste shares with us useful and easy rules to go out and make better and engaging conversations.

Susan Cain: The power of introverts

Susan Cain, writer and speaker, argues how being an introvert is actually advantageous for you in this compelling TED Talk. Against common belief, she manifests her thoughts on how being an extrovert is overrated, and that we should celebrate the introverts of the world.

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Joshua Prager: Wisdom from great writers on every year of life

Journalist Joshua Prager brings an original and emotional TED Talk on the chapters of our life, backed by quotes by great authors such as William Trevor and Joyce Carol Oates, showing that books can reveal much more than we originally thought.

Thandie Newton: Embracing otherness, embracing myself

World renowned actress Thandie Newton describes how she welcomed otherness into her life, from her growing up between two cultures to her career as an actress portraying others; and how this journey led to her embracing herself.

Hannah Brencher: Love letters to stranger

At first, writing a love letter to a stranger seems like a strange idea; but Hannah Brencher reveals how that can be a intimate and sentimental initiative. Hannah created the movement The World Needs More Love Letters, and tells how it all started in this intimate and humorous TED Talk.

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