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How to thrive in a modern company: Career advice for millennials (and really, anyone) from Margaret Heffernan


Margaret Heffernan is the former CEO of five businesses, and hosted TED@BCG this week. What advice does she have for those just starting their careers?

How do teens think about body image, beauty and bullying? 3 perspectives from around the world


Body image, beauty and bullying. In TED-Ed Clubs, students are guided through the process of making a presentation on an idea they feel passionate about — and dozens of students in clubs around the world have boldly chosen to talk about how to combat negative body image, distorted images of beauty and the bullying that springs from rigid rules about appearance.

The legacy of slavery echoed in the Charleston shooting, why we feel awe, the happy memories of mice + more


The TED community has been very busy over the past few weeks. Below, some newsy highlights. Powerful thoughts on slavery’s legacy.

TED@BCG focuses on the many meanings of growth


Douglas Beal kicked off TED@BCG with a look at how growth in terms of GDP doesn’t always align with growth in terms of citizen well-being.

QUIZ: Which TED Talk are you?

A fun way to find a talk that’s just right for you…

Neither laryngitis nor repeated microphone fails could keep Dame Stephanie Shirley from her TED Talk


It took Dame Stephanie Shirley more than a year and a half to actually tell her story on the TED stage.

Soaring imaginations, harsh realities: A recap of TEDGlobal>London


Why do humans rule the world? At TEDGlobal>London, Yuval Noah Harari says it’s our ability to imagine.

Love triumphs against the odds: StoryCorps celebrates the 46th anniversary of Stonewall


More than 40 years after the Stonewall Riots, even as Caitlyn Jenner dominates pop culture, coming out as gay or transgender remains deeply difficult.

Remembering James Horner

At TED2005, James Horner shared the secret of what made him such a powerhouse film composer — he made it a point to watch each film as a viewer rather than as a creator.

Your summer reading list: 70+ book picks from TED speakers and attendees


The tables in bookstores can be overwhelming: Every book cover looks appealing, every blurb glows with praise.

The TED Talks library, now 2,000 talks strong


As you read this, imagine balloons and confetti fluttering to the ground around you. Because we just posted the 2,000th TED Talk.

Global ideas, in a graphic novella


Comic books usually feature superheroes. This one, however, stars the speakers who shared ideas at last week’s TEDGlobal>London.

Soaring imaginations, harsh realities: A recap of TEDGlobal>London


Why do humans rule the world? At TEDGlobal>London, Yuval Noah Harari says it’s our ability to imagine.

A picture that rendered me speechless, snapped at TED2015


This photo taken at the Fellows Closing Dinner of TED2015 gives me incredible joy — six Black women who are masters in different fields loving each other.

Remembering James Horner

At TED2005, James Horner shared the secret of what made him such a powerhouse film composer — he made it a point to watch each film as a viewer rather than as a creator.

Soaring imaginations, harsh realities: A recap of TEDGlobalLondon


Why do humans rule the world? At TEDGlobalLondon, Yuval Noah Harari says it’s our ability to imagine.

9 TED Talks guaranteed to give you wanderlust


Ah, wanderlust. Mild symptoms include obsessive airfare tracking and uncontrollable daydreaming about tropical beaches during conference calls.

A TED Fellow’s documentary offers an intimate glimpse into life in the Afghan Army, post-NATO support


We divide the world into civilians and soldiers. Rarely do we think about the human experience of war — the rhythm and flow of daily life on the front lines.

Your summer reading list: 70+ book picks from TED speakers and attendees


The tables in bookstores can be overwhelming: Every book cover looks appealing, every blurb glows with praise.

The ‘audio selfie’ — a different kind of interview evolves at StoryCorps


With the StoryCorps app, people are taking ‘audio selfies.’ Photo: David Andrako Photography A few weeks ago, I was driving to the grocery store listening to an interview between a mother and daughter, Elizabeth and Sara Bell.


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