Nuoširdumas, Autentiškumas, Genuineness, Ingenuity
Embrace the strange magic of your true self – The way we’re taught to live has got to change, says author Casey Gerald. Too often, we hide parts of ourselves in order to fit in, win praise, be accepted. But at what cost? In this inspiring talk, Gerald shares the personal sacrifices he made to attain success in the upper echelons of American society — and shows why it’s time for us to have the courage to live in the raw, strange magic of ourselves.
Neįprastas Nuoširdumas ir Paprastumas: Искренность и скромность
Kokie paprasti ir nuoširdūs talentų šou laimėtojai – nors kiekvienas ir su “savo keistumais”, bet nuoširdumas viską nugali!
TOP 10 BEST Got Talent Singers auditions EVER!
Courtney Hadwin – Hard To Handle
O čia nuoširdžios talentų šou teisėjų ašaros – parodo, mūsų Sielų grožį, kokie mes gražūs iš tikrųjų:
TOP 3 Performances Take Simon’s Tear On The Stage
Top 7 Acts “JUDGES START TO CRY” STRONG MOMENTS ON BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT!
TOP 5 Unexpected, Funny Dance Acts On Britain’s Got Talent
Is This Michael Jackson’s Voice TWIN? Judges Beg Him to Sing Again!
Nuoširdžios talentų šou atlikėjų ašaros:
JUDGES TO THE RESCUE! Simon Cowell & Co Step In To SAVE AUDITIONS On GOT TALENT & X FACTOR
Aussie kid’s hilariously honest TV interview
How I made friends with reality – Life is an enormous gift, Levine says: “You enrich it as best you can, and then you give it back.”
Будь честен хотя бы с самим собой:
Если вы несчастны в браке — Садхгуру
Vyrams: ar esi pakankamai stiprus, kad būti nuoširdžiu? Why I’m done trying to be “man enough” | Justin Baldoni
Remember to say Thank You – In this deceptively simple 3-minute talk, Dr. Laura Trice muses on the power of the magic words “thank you” — to deepen a friendship, to repair a bond, to make sure another person knows what they mean to you. Try it.
Approaching With Kindness – We often forget to say the words “thank you.” But can those two words change how you — and those around you — look at the world? This hour, TED speakers on the power of gratitude and appreciation.
How to live many lives – During the span of a single life, how do you reinvent yourself? Take a page out of the book of these speakers who have found creative ways to fit many lives into one
“Čia ir Dabar”
Peaceful Warrior (rusiškai: Фильм, расширяющий сознание)
Sąmoningumas, Sąžiningumas su pačiu savim
How to motivate people to do good for others – How can we get people to do more good: to go to the polls, give to charity, conserve resources or just generally act better towards others? MIT research scientist Erez Yoeli shares a simple checklist for harnessing the power of reputations — or our collective desire to be seen as generous and kind instead of selfish — to motivate people to act in the interest of others. Learn more about how small changes to your approach to getting people to do good could yield surprising results.
Why we do what we do – Ever wondered, why did I just do that? These fascinating talks explain the hidden reasons why we do what we do.
TED – How to connect with depressed friends – Bill Bernat seems like a good friend to have. He also has depression; and in this frank and funny talk (with one of the best first lines ever), he gives us the do’s and don’ts for being friends with someone who happens to be depressed. Like: “One of the most off-putting things you can say is, ‘Just get over it.’ Great idea — love it! It’s just … we already thought of that. The absence of the ability to ‘just get over it’ is depression.” It’s specific, actionable advice — and yet, one thought from his talk felt bigger than that, felt like the key to every kind of friendship and family-ship. As he puts it: “Don’t let a lack of bubbly happiness freak you out. We can be sad and OK at the same time. I’m going to say that again, because in our society, we’re taught the opposite, and so it’s counterintuitive. People can be sad and OK at the same time.” This last thought was jaw-dropping for me. Bill is giving all of us permission to meet our friends, family, coworkers right where they are. We don’t need to re-wire their emotional state, we don’t need to fix them or cheer them up. To be with them, to listen, is more than enough. For them and for us.
Nuo Keistumo iki Gluminimo ir Atstūmimo:
Gobšumas (Greed, Жадность)