You know what remarkable looks like.
You see it every day.
You consume remarkable music, eat remarkable food, drive remarkable cars, and use remarkable pieces of technology.
You do not partake in anything less than remarkable.
So why would you ever think that something that you create that is not remarkable would be consumed by anyone else?
Why would you settle for mediocre?
Why would you not honor yourself to have remarkable first before you expect remarkable results.
Signed: Your future self
Creating something remarkable takes time, effort, and attention.
Let’s make our work remarkable so our future self can’t write us letters.
The TED talks have grown in popularity. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, which covers a broad spectrum. TED talks excel best when looking towards the future and providing insight into our ever-changing present.
Springing from the annual TED Talks Conference, the talks are now available online and have attracted a global audience. Consequently, these talks have reached billions. Clearly, the world is rapidly changing, and twenty-somethings have more to prove than ever.
Here are 11 essential TED talks videos every young adult should see.
I have been watching the show Gold Rush since the first episode. I don’t know if you have seen an episode, but let me catch you up. The show follows gold minors who are looking to hit it big and find gold wherever they can. As you can imagine with any reality show, the amount of drama and action is always at an all-time high each episode. And this season opened in true Gold Rush fashion with high action and high drama.
As I watched the season premier a couple of weeks ago I realized that I had been learning a valuable life lesson from this show.
No, this lesson has nothing to do with finding gold or getting rich.
I learned what it means to persevere and move forward.
Let me explain…