Believing is seeing: science, women and primates. | Marta Gonzalez | TEDxMadrid

Translator: Denise RQ Reviewer: Carlos García Braschi Once upon a time, a beautiful princess fell under the sleeping curse of a vengeful witch. Everybody knows how this tale ends: the dashing prince manages to find the sleeping princess wakes her up with a kiss, and naturally, the princess was immediately Continue Reading

Trust in Business | Joshua Konowe | TEDxTauranga

Translator: Mohamed M Yousif Reviewer: Ellen Maloney “The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust someone.” Ernest Hemingway said that. And we wouldnt be a great if you were starting a business, and right out of the gate you had instant trust? You know, Continue Reading

Dressing for confidence and joy | Stasia Savasuk | TEDxPortsmouth

Translator: Virginia Pes Reviewer: Peter van de Ven What if changing your pants could change your life? Here’s a photo of my friend Dana from a couple of years ago, when she was wearing not quite right pants, working in a not quite right job. She didn’t understand what was Continue Reading

What if false beliefs make you happy? | Maarten Boudry | TEDxGhent

Translator: Rik Delaet Reviewer: Peter van de Ven What if false beliefs make us happy? We all know that sometimes the truth can be unsettling, or hurtful, or disturbing. So does that mean that we should prefer to believe in some comfortable falsehoods, if it makes us feel better? I Continue Reading

Should you trust what AI says? | Elisa Celis | TEDxProvidence

Translator: Yara Saleh Reviewer: Lisa Thompson So, let me ask you a question: how many of you have witnessed some kind of racism or sexism just today, in the last 24 hours? Or let me rephrase that: how many of you have used the Internet today? (Laughter) Unfortunately, these two Continue Reading

How to restore trust in Journalism | Ann Curry | TEDxPortland

Translator: Florencia Bracamonte Reviewer: Tanya Cushman Who can we trust to tell us the truth? Once in another tumultuous era, as the Vietnam War, Watergate, the Civil Rights and Women’s Liberation Movements were challenging America to its core, my dad and I would watch Walter Cronkite, a man he trusted Continue Reading

The behavior of trust in the workplace | Jacqueline Oliveira | TEDxCesena

Translator: Jess Chung Reviewer: Elena Montrasio The year 2010 was an important year for me. I worked with a German-US team in a company. The company hired me because the team was not getting along, they were bickering, they were falling behind schedule, and the company thought, “Maybe it’s cultural Continue Reading

If seeing is believing, does It matter what we see? | Don Levy | TEDxAthens

Translator: Peisha Yee Reviewer: Chryssa Takahashi I have a question. If seeing is believing, does it matter what we see? And I ask this question because I see a pattern. I look at the images that surrounded my own life as I’ve grown up and I look at others in Continue Reading

Workplace trust and transparency | Ben Hempstead | TEDxSnoIsleLibraries

Translator: Mike Longley Reviewer: Denise RQ Let’s talk about trust. I think we should enjoy more of it. My experience is with a firm that is designed to be the ultimate engineer’s company. For us that means minimal bureaucracy and few departments. As mentioned, we make the machines and tools Continue Reading

Surviving the Cult of Hard Work and Learning to Love Life | Bristol Baughan | TEDxPhoenix

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Peter van de Ven I grew up watching movies. For my family, the movie theater was our church. I experienced wonder and imagination watching Star Wars and Flight of the Navigator. I learned about injustice from Platoon and The Color Purple. Blockbuster Video was this story Continue Reading