Who doesn’t want to become a better version of themselves? We’re all striving to be the best we can be — personally, professionally, psychologically, morally. It’s not easy to pick yourself up and do it, though. Sometimes, we need a little inspiration.
Here are four TEDTalks that will show you how to become the best version of you that you can be:
Why You Should Talk to Strangers – Kio Stark
Something that many of us struggle with is talking to others effectively — especially people we don’t know. But talking with strangers has many benefits, and can make you a better person in many ways. Kio Stark’s TEDTalk, Why You Should Talk to Strangers, goes over the surprising emotional and psychological benefits of meeting new people.
All It Takes is 10 Mindful Minutes – Andy Puddicombe
For many of us, being less stressed is one of the first steps in becoming a better version of ourselves. Being more mindful is the way to do that. Andy Puddicombe tells us that we get stressed when we don’t take care of our mind, and by taking just 10 minutes per day, that can be turned around completely.
How to Speak Up For Yourself – Adam Galinsky
This TEDTalk is can almost relate to everyone. It’s not easy to speak your mind, primarily when it might not serve your best interests. How do you go about asking for that raise, or disagreeing with your coworker without arguing? Adam Galinsky is here to help. It’s all about power dynamics, says Galinsky, and when you figure out your dynamic in the bigger picture, you’ll know when and how to speak up.
What Reality Are You Creating for Yourself? – Isaac Lidsky
Isaac Lidsky lost his eyesight early on in life. So, he knows a thing or two about creating your own reality. He argues that we should build our version of reality, rather than just observing it around us in a passive way. That’s a powerful way to become a better you!
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Whether you want to become a better boss, employee, friend, parent, son or daughter, or neighbor, you can get started today. All it takes is a little work! Visit Medical Professionals online for even more inspiration. If you are looking to develop in your career, check out our open healthcare opportunities, and see if one is right for you!