My third TEDx talk: People Don’t Want to Do Small Things. They Want to Do Meaningful Things

May 4, 2020 by Joshua
in Leadership, Nature, Stories

TED and TEDxConnecticutCollege posted my third TEDx talk (scroll down for my first two). I can’t express my gratitude for the organizers for the opportunity to develop and deliver this talk.

The event was February 29, just as the pandemic was starting. I believe the pandemic only makes my message more valuable.

People Don’t Want to Do Small Things. They Want to Do Meaningful Things.

I consider it my most meaningful talk. Times rehearsing it, tears streamed down my face, thinking of role models who led us through challenges before—especially that boat.

If you like it, please share and upvote it. Here’s the direct link: https://youtu.be/3GMTpaxlLGg. If you don’t like it, I appreciate constructive criticism. Either way, I’d love your thoughts. Here’s how to reach me.

People and place I mention in the talk

My first TEDx talk, Find Your Delicious:

My second TEDx talk, What everyone gets wrong about the environment

Pictures from TEDxConnecticutCollege

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