Bill Gates a true philanthropist hopes to solve some of the world’s biggest problems using a new kind of philanthropy. In this video he has presented two big questions to the audience and made people think about applicable solutions to those problems. He has shared his optimism and knows how life can get better. Though the world is surrounded with diseases and poverty; the best of humanity will be seen.
It is important to be like children forever inquisitive, ready to learn and challenge oneself to grow in life. Graham Shaw teaches people how to draw cartoon characters in a very easy manner. It is his innovative attempt to turn people from being non believers into believers. If one is determined one can move the mountains and make life powerful and exciting!! He insists and advocates the concept of revolutionizing the message to create an impact on the audience. Graham has authored many books on Business Communication; wherein he coaches people to be creative and get one’s message across in a memorable way.
This week a discussion took place on two award winning animated films. The film starts on a pessimistic note but ended on an optimistic one. It is all about the hardships, struggles, leadership, management of life and surmounting them. Pagan goes on a journey, trying to save his tribe from extinction, being the leader he has to put up a front. He represents hope for his people, which he cherishes in a box. The second film is about a monk who works at a monastery and craves to meditate just like one of Shaolin monasteries. To enjoy the enigmatic ending of this film explore it and paint it with your interpretations!!
Captain Raghu Raman was an officer in the Indian Armed Forces and then joined the Government as CEO of the National Intelligence Grid. This video is about his experiences while he was an army officer and the lessons he learnt at that time. These lessons can be life-changing for any person and are beneficial for the layman also. Indeed, it is an inspiring and insightful talk!!
Do you know everything about time-management? If the answer is “yes”, think again as your perspective would change after seeing this TED. This video is a must watch if want to be more productive, lead a fruitful life and want to multiply your time so that you can achieve more in less time. Rory Vaden, a self-discipline Strategist-has penned books like Take the Stairs and Procrastinate on Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time which are #1 Wall St Journal and #2 New York Times bestsellers. In this TED, he has explained in a very interesting and lucid manner, why one can’t solve today’s time-management challenges with yesterday’s time-management strategies.