Reprinted from wamda. See original article here.
By Glen Dalakian
Today we highlight the most popular TED Talks to date, announced by TED in late August.
Whether you think watching TED Talks during the workday is a distraction or an education, how can you not be captivated and mesmerized by such notable talks as Sir Ken Robinson’s dryly humorous discussion about why today’s schools kill creativity? Or brain expert Jill Bolte Taylor’s vivid recollection of experiencing a stroke, conscious and in a state of euphoria as she experienced her own brain shutting down?
As TechCrunch mentioned, notables such as Steve Jobs, Stephen Hawking, and Tony Robbins delve into diverse topics from accepting death and using it as motivation, to why humans do what we do, to exploring questions of the expansive universe. Among other bold and taboo topics, these Top 20 TED Talks blow the lid off our personal limits and urge creativity, limitless potential, and collaborative growth. TED has compiled the most-watched TED Talks since their availability online 6 years ago, including on TED.com, YouTube, iTunes, Hulu, and more.
Check out the list below and let us know which one has the most impact in your life. You’re allowed to say all of them.
To check out the 2011 list, click here.
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