“If you had the chance to do a TED talk, what would it be about?”

Last week I posted about TEDx and Seth Godin’s Poke the Box, so I figure I may as well tie the two together.

In his book, Godin says this about the TEDx concept:

If you had the chance to do a TED talk, what would it be about? What have you discovered, what do you know, what can you teach? You should do one. Even if you don’t do one, you should be prepared to do one.”

Given my experience, I definitely agree with the notion that “You should do one.” But I’m even more interested in your answer to Godin’s question, “If you had the chance to do a TED talk, what would it be about?” What say you, Content reader?

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17 Responses to “If you had the chance to do a TED talk, what would it be about?”

  1. Amber Recker says:

    Contagious Community and the power to connect folks with opportunities to feed their soul.

  2. Erik Deckers says:

    The importance of the written word. It’s going to be the subject of my keynote at Blog Indiana.

  3. I’m very interested in the results [so I’ll comment ; ) ]

    craig, curator TEDxFortWayne

  4. Lacey Anderson says:

    Phenomenal opportunities for leadership development in Fort Wayne.

  5. Finding Beauty in Constraints – Attitude and perspective is key to overcoming adversity (and recessions).

  6. ajjuliano says:

    Thanks for the comments, everyone. There’s almost enough here to fill an entire TEDx session!

  7. Tammy Davis says:

    Listening, hearing what people mean and not just what they say, and learning how to communicate in a shared vernacular.

  8. Pam says:

    Tammy, I like that idea. People’s different experiences can bend how they hear things sometimes.

  9. Jon Swerens says:

    Given my interest in urbanism and urban forms…

    How to Construct a Community-Centered City. IN other words, where (and why) American cities went wrong and how to recapture what they once had.

  10. Isaac Frazier says:

    How the art of design and innovation in the community of Fort Wayne can impact local crime rates and the education of area students.

  11. “What we SHOULD be learning in the computer age”. Computers and always connected technologies have not only changed the way we learn, but what we should learn as well.

  12. Our Kids – Our Future! Education and what they didn’t teach you in school….

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