We kicked off our newroom’s Tea with TED series with delicious vanilla biscotti and the king of creativity — the late, great Steve Jobs.
In this 2005 commencement speech at Stanford, the cofounder of Apple and Pixar shares three moving stories about setbacks and following your dreams.
Titled “How to live before you die,” it’s one of TED’s most-viewed videos.
Cool tip: If you go to www.ted.com , scroll down and look for the random video generator. You can plug in how much time you have (5 minutes? 20 minutes?) — and the mood you’re looking for (funny? jaw-dropping?) — and TED will spit out a suggestion for you.
Feel free to tell me about any mind-blowing TED Talks as you find them.