What Makes a Good Life? Lessons from the Longest Study on Happiness | Robert Waldinger | TED Talks

What Makes a Good Life? Lessons from the Longest Study on Happiness | Robert Waldinger | TED Talks

Why I read a book a day (and why you should too): the law of 33% | Tai Lopez | TEDxUBIWiltz

Why I read a book a day (and why you should too): the law of 33% | Tai Lopez | TEDxUBIWiltz

Do Schools Kill Creativity? | Sir Ken Robinson | TED Talks  Good speaker punctuate with slight humor ;) and good points !

Do Schools Kill Creativity? | Sir Ken Robinson | TED Talks Good speaker punctuate with slight humor ;) and good points !

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How to Stay Calm When You Know You'll Be Stressed | Daniel Levitin | TED Talks

How to Stay Calm When You Know You'll Be Stressed | Daniel Levitin | TED Talks

Inside the mind of a master procrastinator

Inside the mind of a master procrastinator

Une nouvelle philosophie du succès et des échecs.

In 1967, Moshe Safdie reimagined the monolithic apartment building, creating “Habitat ’67,” which gave each unit an unprecedented sense of openness. Nearly 50 years later, he believes the need for this type of building is greater than ever. In this short talk, Safdie surveys a range of projects that do away with the high-rise and let light permeate into densely-packed cities.

In 1967, Moshe Safdie reimagined the monolithic apartment building, creating “Habitat ’67,” which gave each unit an unprecedented sense of openness. Nearly 50 years later, he believes the need for this type of building is greater than ever. In this short talk, Safdie surveys a range of projects that do away with the high-rise and let light permeate into densely-packed cities.

The Surprising Science of Happiness, by Dan Gilbert A psychology professor at Harvard University (not the Cavs owner) makes the case that our brains are "systematically preprogrammed" to misjudge what will make us happy.

The Surprising Science of Happiness, by Dan Gilbert A psychology professor at Harvard University (not the Cavs owner) makes the case that our brains are "systematically preprogrammed" to misjudge what will make us happy.

Hugh Herr: The new bionics that let us run, climb and dance | Talk Video | TED.com

Hugh Herr: The new bionics that let us run, climb and dance | Talk Video | TED.com

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